Intervention Journal becomes Open Access

Intervention, Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Areas is now available online and fully open access! You are able to read all articles for free! The first new articles are expected to come online in March, 2018.

As of the beginning of 2018, Intervention has gone through some important changes. The Journal will be published on the Open Access platform published by Medknow, a subsidiary of Wolters Kluwer. The new website is www.interventionjournal.org

Open Access

Since its inception 15 years ago, the ambition of Intervention has always been to provide an open access journal. The concept of an open access journal fits in our philosophy where we want to share knowledge around mental health and psychosocial support with as many people as possible specifically in low and middle income countries. There are no longer subscription or download fees.

Submission and Call for Papers

Submission can be done through the new website. For our Special Issue of Intervention on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Afghanistan, we invite articles and field reports that are relevant for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) in Afghanistan and can be used for teaching and capacity building at the university level in the region. The issue is to be published in the fall of 2018 with a deadline for submission on 19 March, 2018. Read the Call for Papers

Archive

Medknow is a subsidiary of publishing house Wolters Kluwer which published our journal until 2017. Back issues are available at www.interventionjournal.com. Here you can access all issues from the very first volume in 2003. The archive is fully searchable. New volumes will only be accessible on www.interventionjournal.org.

Keep up to date

You can sign up to receive notifications when new articles are published, follow us on twitter @InterventionJnl or subscribing to our mailing list through our website www.wartrauma.nl

Support the Journal

Publishing a peer reviewed journal is hard work. You can support new and emerging authors and researchers from low and middle income countries by donating to War Trauma Foundation. Please add “Intervention Journal” in the description or support the Intervention journal crowdfunding initiative.