CFP: Children of Parents with Mental Illness

Children of Parents with Mental Illness

Abstracts due: 1st November, 2014 

Deadline for Papers: 1st February 2015
Prevention and early intervention for children and families where parents have mental illness
Advances in Mental Health ~ volume 13-2 ~ August 2015
Edited by Kim Foster, PhD, MA, DipAppSc, BN, RN, FACMHN, MACN, Professor, Faculty of Health, University of Canberra
Children and families where parents have mental illness are recognized as being at higher risk of a range of psychosocial problems. Preventive interventions, however, are effective and can substantially reduce risks and intergenerational transmission of mental illness and strengthen child and family wellbeing and resilience. Papers are invited, particularly from the Asia-Pacific region, for this special issue of Advances in Mental Health devoted to prevention and early intervention for children and families where parents have mental illness.

This special issue is focused on extending the knowledge and evidence base on issues in prevention and early intervention for this group of children and families. Literature reviews including systematic forms of literature review, discussion papers, qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methods research reports, or papers debating issues of prevention and/or early intervention policy, practice or research will be included.

Papers from the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, East and South-East Asia are invited and may include:
Prevention programs or strategies
Evaluation of interventions for children, parents, and/or families
Child and family experiences and/or support needs
Future directions for prevention and early intervention policy, research or practice in the region
Mental health workforce practice in prevention/early intervention
Submissions
Manuscript submissions are invited by the submission deadline, observing the Author Guidelines.
All papers will undergo a double-blind peer review process. The special issue will include articles of approximately 5,000 words each, and will publish in Advances in Mental Health August 2015.
Abstracts due:                1st November, 2014 to the coordinating editor: Kim.Foster@canberra.edu.au

Manuscripts due:           1st February, 2015 to be uploaded for peer review

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