Who is Clinical Psychology Today? Values and Editorial Board
Clinical Psychology Today is a collection of Clinical Psychologists (practicing staff grade, senior grade, academic director, assistant and trainee) passionate about creating a forum in which our profession can share ideas. The publication is overseen by an editorial board from which two members, in rotation, take up the co- editor roles. The editorial board is: Padraig Collins, Malie Coyne, Jonathan Egan, Sean Foy, Patrick McHugh, Ruth Melia, Olive Moloney, William Mowlds, Lynn White and Charlotte Wilson. Affiliations: All broad members work either in the Irish public health service or 3rd level university but in terms of the journal are acting in a personal capacity and any actions or views expressed do not necessarily represent the views of their employing agencies. The journal is also supported by a broader editorial network consisting of Clinical Psychologists across all grades, from each region of Ireland who generously give of their expertise.
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Open Access/ Copyright / Licencing / Reviewing / Publishing Best Practice / ISSN and Topics of Interest
Clinical Psychology Today is an Open Access journal based in Ireland that publishes peer-reviewed articles on issues of interest to Clinical Psychologists in Ireland. Authors retain full copyright of their articles, grant the journal licence to publish their article, and are thereby free to further disseminate their findings (see more on this see here ).
All articles are double blind-reviewed by two reviewers with final decisions resting with Editorial Board the majority of whom are Clinical Psychologists with doctoral-level qualifications.
Clinical Psychology Today operates in accordance with publishing best practice and its Statement on Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice can be read here. The journal’s ISSN number is 2565-5698. Past editions are also registered with http://www.lenus.ie .The application for SCOPUS / DOAJ registration is pending.
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Clinical Psychology Today Articles of interest may include:
- Articles discussing and analysing the key issues affecting the Clinical Psychology profession in Ireland.
- Articles exploring the ‘lived experience’ of being a Clinical Psychologist in Ireland today (the frustrations and joys of this work).
- Reports on new service innovations in your area (new services / particular groups or new services you’ve run) of interest to Clinical Psychologists.
- Articles on the experience of early career Psychologists and their view of the profession, its development, and the training of the next generation of Psychologists.
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The views expressed in these articles are exclusively those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of any other groups or organisations including those employing the authors.
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