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Cambridge University Press has taken the decision to relaunch Global Mental Health under the Cambridge Prism Series. Cambridge Prisms is a dynamic new journal series addressing major scientific, technological, and medical real-world challenges. Utilising open science approaches, the online-only journals will shape solutions to global issues through the publication of cutting-edge research articles and reviews. Effective 31st May 2022, Global Mental Health will close to new submissions and the journal will be relaunched as Cambridge Prisms: Global Mental Health opening to unsolicited submissions in January 2023. A set of initial commissioned reviews, authored by selected leading researchers in their respective fields, will be published at launch to populate the journals subject map/scope and highlight our expectations for high-quality and high-impact manuscripts. For more information, please contact: globalmentalhealth@cambridge.org.

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  • ISSN: 2054-4251 (Online)
  • Editor: Professor Gary Belkin New York University, USA
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Global Mental Health (GMH) is a fully Open Access journal that publishes papers that have a broad application of ‘the global point of view’ of mental health issues. The field of ‘global mental health’ is still emerging, reflecting a movement of advocacy and associated research driven by an agenda to remedy longstanding treatment gaps and disparities in care, access, and capacity. But these efforts and goals are also driving a potential reframing of knowledge in powerful ways, and positioning a new disciplinary approach to mental health. GMH seeks to cultivate and grow this emerging distinct discipline of ‘global mental health’, and the new knowledge and paradigms that should come from it.GMH invites contributions from a range of disciplines, stakeholders, and research methods in order to achieve its aim. The Editors reflect this diversity, with expertise in areas outside of the traditional ‘mental health’ silos that must be included in order to make global mental health truly ‘global’ in nature.

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