Some of you will know that Prof Theo Stickley and I (Stefan Rennick-Egglestone) are co-editing a Special Issue of Perspectives in Public Health, which will come out in 2023. Details here: https://www.researchintorecovery.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/Mental-health-special-issue-CFP-reduced.pdf
We’ve been really successful in encouraging submission of peer-reviewed research articles and reviews, and we now have a nice selection of peer-reviewed articles ready for publication in the special issue.We’d also like to complement these with some shorter articles presenting new perspectives on public health. These won’t be peer-reviewed, and instead will refined through an editorial process with Theo and I. We’re inviting articles of the following types:
Current topics and opinions (500-1000 words)
In Practice articles (1000 words)
Feature articles (500-1000 words)
As long as your article relates to public health and recovery outside of statutory services (both broadly defined) then we’d like to hear from you. Articles can either be submitted direct to the journal, or we’re happy to have a chat with you informally about them.
This might, for example, be a good place to submit an interesting or challenging new opinion, or a retrospective of a strand of work that you have done, with an argument for its public health relevance.