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Mental Illness journal transfers to Hindawi

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Emerald Publishing and Hindawi partnership

Hindawi and Emerald enter into agreement to transfer the journal Mental Illness to the Hindawi portfolio.

Emerald Publishing and Hindawi have recently entered into a publishing partnership agreement whereby Emerald’s open access journal Mental Illness will be transferred to the Hindawi portfolio on 19th July. Mental Illness will be led by an expanded Editorial Board and will be joined by the new Editor in Chief Domenico De Berardis, University of G. d'Annunzio Chieti and Pescara, Chieti, Italy. The journal welcomes psychiatry-related articles, reviews, and brief reports.

Submissions are currently open and will continue to be during this transfer with no anticipated disruption to open submissions. The journal will remain under the ownership of Emerald while being fully managed by Hindawi. Hindawi will provide peer review administration, production and online publication utilizing the in-house publishing platform  as well as day-to-day correspondence with the editorial teams and all marketing, promotion and development for the journal. 

Emma Green, Director of Publishing Partnerships at Hindawi commented:

“We are very proud and excited to support Emerald as part of our Publishing Partnerships program for managed open access publishing. Collaboration between publishers provides the opportunity to share expertise, systems and services to the benefit of the researchers that we serve. This partnership allows us to collaboratively develop the journal Mental Illness in a sustainable and managed way by leveraging the key strengths of both partners."

Sally Wilson, Publishing Director at Emerald Group commented:

“We are excited to announce this new partnership with Hindawi for Mental Illness journal. This collaborative relationship will allow us to work with Hindawi to continue to publish this gold open access journal in a sustainable way, leveraging the unique strengths of both publishers. In this way, we can support the goals of open research and our own mission to publish accessible and impactful research, affecting real world change.”

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About Hindawi Ltd.

Hindawi Limited is one of the world's largest open access publishers with a portfolio of 240 plus academic research journals across all areas of science and medicine.

Each peer-reviewed journal has been developed in partnership with academic researchers, acting as editors, to fit the targeted communities they serve.

By placing the researcher at the heart of everything we do and driven by a mission to maximize the impact of research through openness, we work with the broader research community and forge collaborations with publishers and organizations that pave the way for a more open scholarly ecosystem.

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About Emerald Publishing

Emerald Publishing provides a range of publishing services to help researchers tell their stories in a meaningful and timely way, providing innovative tools and services to build confidence and capability in impactful research. As a proud signatory of DORA, Emerald is committed to establishing new pathways to impact, making research more accessible, and helping communities make decisions that change their world for the better.

Emerald is passionate about aligning everything it does with the UN SDGs and has a particular focus on commissioning work in four key areas related to these goals including its Healthier Lives goal which aims to help research influence real world change in people’s health and wellbeing.

Mental Illness journal aligns with Emerald’s existing portfolio of journals in health and social care and brings an important bridge into clinical health practice in the field of mental health, wellness and illness.

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