Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES 
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 Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES

The peer reviewed free www journal with 400,000 accesses per month,
Psychiatry On-Line, is calling for new articles, papers and news
or its forthcoming editions.

http://www.***.com/

Ben Green,
Editor.



Mon, 07 Sep 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES


Fri, 19 Jun 1992 00:00:00 GMT
 Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES

Quote:
> The peer reviewed free www journal with 400,000 accesses per month,
> Psychiatry On-Line, is calling for new articles, papers and news
> or its forthcoming editions.

> http://www.priory.com/journals/

> Ben Green,
> Editor.

Does this include a section for those suffering mental
conditions,the people you treat,if not why not.
Babymash.


Wed, 09 Sep 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES

The journal publishes information. Information is valuable to everyone if it
is valid.

BG



Wed, 09 Sep 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES

Quote:


> > The peer reviewed free www journal with 400,000 accesses per month,
> > Psychiatry On-Line, is calling for new articles, papers and news
> > or its forthcoming editions.
> Does this include a section for those suffering mental
> conditions,the people you treat,if not why not.

I'm not sure Psychiatry On-Line does, but Mental Health Net
publishes its own mental health magazine every other month
and we have an entire section devoted to consumer issues
in psychology, psychiatry and mental health. We always
are open to submissions from *anyone* who reads this...
No need to have some degree after your name to write a
worthwhile article for our loyal readers. If you are
interested in this sort of thing, please read our submission
guidelines and check out the current edition of Perspectives:

        http://www.cmhc.com/perspectives/

Cheers,
-John

--
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Fri, 11 Sep 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES

Quote:
>I'm not sure Psychiatry On-Line does, but Mental Health Net
>publishes its own mental health magazine every other month
>and we have an entire section devoted to consumer issues
>in psychology, psychiatry and mental health. We always
>are open to submissions from *anyone* who reads this...

Really?  You'd publish anything from *anyone* - how do you
separate the wheat from the chaff John ?

We'd still like high quality articles and papers submitted - we
reject over 80% of submissions. (That's a good thing!)

BG



Sun, 13 Sep 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES

Quote:
>>I'm not sure Psychiatry On-Line does, but Mental Health Net
>>publishes its own mental health magazine every other month
>>and we have an entire section devoted to consumer issues
>>in psychology, psychiatry and mental health. We always
>>are open to submissions from *anyone* who reads this...
>Really?  You'd publish anything from *anyone* - how do you
>separate the wheat from the chaff John ?

Er, I think he said he was open to submissions, I don't think that
implies he'd necessarily publish them.

Such public sniping at a rival seems rather unbecoming to me.

Dave Curtis
http://www.gene.ucl.ac.uk/~dcurtis



Thu, 17 Sep 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 Psychiatry On-line CALL FOR ARTICLES

Quote:


>>>I'm not sure Psychiatry On-Line does, but Mental Health Net
>>>publishes its own mental health magazine every other month
>>>and we have an entire section devoted to consumer issues
>>>in psychology, psychiatry and mental health. We always
>>>are open to submissions from *anyone* who reads this...

>>Really?  You'd publish anything from *anyone* - how do you
>>separate the wheat from the chaff John ?

>Er, I think he said he was open to submissions, I don't think that
>implies he'd necessarily publish them.

Well then, I still think it's valid to ask what ARE the selection criteria?
If you read John's original comment about my post then youw ould have seen that he
was making a point that he (unlike PoL by implication) took articles from people
without letters after their name. I was merely making the point that he must have some
selection criteria to avoid publishing nonsense (whether written by people
with letters after their name or not!)

BG



Fri, 18 Sep 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 
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