International Journal of Mental Health Systems
The International Journal of Mental Health Systems is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that provides a home for the latest mental health system research, policy and debates, as well as for articles with educational intent that will build capacity for mental health system research and development.
GCMH Director Harry Minas is the founder and editor-in-chief of the journal.
The journal highlights the urgent need for mental health services in developing countries and since its launch in 2009, has generated strong interest from the global mental health community. With an editorial board of eminent experts drawn from 28 countries, the journal draws together mental health systems researchers from around the globe. One of the key aspirations for the journal is to act as an avenue for publication for researchers from low and middle income countries. There is increasing interest and awareness about mental health service design and implementation, mental health legislation and policy and mental health financing and governance.
Consequently, all articles published by the International Journal of Mental Health Systems are made freely and permanently accessible online with the intent on building capacity for mental health system development and implementation.
For more information about this Journal, please visit: http://www.ijmhs.com/