Women's Health Issues
Call for Papers on Mental Health Problems in Pregnant and Postpartum Women

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Women's Health Issues is seeking papers on screening and treatment of mental health problems in pregnant women and nursing mothers for a special issue to be published in 2001. Papers reporting on original research or synthesizing existing research data are particularly sought. We welcome submissions that address issues in clinical practice, health services, and/or health policy.

In general, manuscripts should contain 750-2000 words with an abstract of less than 100 words. Complete author instructions are available at this site. The deadline for submissions in response to this call is June 30, 2001.

Women's Health Issues is a unique interdisciplinary journal dedicated to examining and promoting excellence in women's health. It is a journal for health care professionals, social scientists, and policy makers concerned with the complex and diverse facets of women's health.

Special Benefits for Authors:

  • Peer review under the leadership of Editor and an expert, multidisciplinary editorial board.
  • Women's Health Issues is abstracted/indexed in the leading services assuring you that other researchers will have access to your findings.
  • Broad distribution of your findings to scientists worldwide via ScienceDirect, a full text web-based collection of more than 1,000 journals from Elsevier Science.
  • Visibility of your research through ContentsDirect. This free e-mail altering service delivers the table of contents of each issue of Women's Health Issues prior to publication, allowing your research to reach the largest possible audience. For more information on the service or to register, visit the Contents Direct website at www.elsevier.com/locate/contentsdirect.

Abstracting/Indexing

Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, Index Medicus, ISI's Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences Research Alert and Social SciSearch, Sociological Abstracts, and Studies on Women Abstracts.