School Mental Health Project

Electronic Journals & Newsletters



  • Addressing Barriers to Learning is the quarterly newsletter of the UCLA School Mental Health Project, Center for Mental Health in Schools. It offers a feature article on an issue relevant to mental health in schools and updated information about center resources.
     
  • Adolescent & School Health Update is a monthly newsletter that hopes to be "an informative and interesting update on adolescent and school health issues." It is published by the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO).
     
  • American Journal of Psychiatry is a monthly publication for "psychiatrists and other mental health professionals who need to keep up-to-date with all aspects of psychiatry. Peer-reviewed articles focus on developments in biological psychiatry as well as on treatment innovations and forensic, ethical, economic, and social topics."
     
  • Archives of General Psychiatry "strives to publish original, state-of-the-art studies and commentaries of general interest to clinicians, scholars, and research scientists in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral science, and allied fields."
     
  • Clinical Psychiatry News, is an "independent newspaper that provides the practicing psychiatrist with timely and relevant news and commentary about clinical developments in the field and about the impact of health care policy on the specialty and the physician´┐Żs practice."
     
  • Child Trends's The Child Indicator newsletter has the goal of communicating "the major developments within each sector of the child and youth indicators field to the larger community of interested users, researchers, and data developers on a regular basis." Articles cover "projects and programs using child and youth indicators at the national, state, and community levels, with occasional reports on international projects."
     
  • Education Statistics Quarterly "gives a comprehensive overview of work done across all parts of NCES [National Center for Education Statistics]. Each issue includes short publications, summaries, and descriptions that cover all NCES publications and data products released during a 3-month period."
     
  • Education Week on the Web seeks to provide "policymakers and administrators with comprehensive, timely, and objective information" related to the field of education in the U.S. Includes special reports and archives of past issues.
     
  • ERIC The ERIC database is the world's largest source of education information. The database contains more than 1 million abstracts of education-related documents and journal articles.
     
  • German Journal of Psychiatry "is a new journal that is published on the Internet and covers all fields of psychiatry... All articles are published in English."
     
  • IMPACT Children's Mental Health Electronic Newsletter offers a monthly electronic publication that shares information, updates, and notifications of events related to mental health. In addition, information about funding opportunities, conferences, announcements, and resources are included. For further information about this list or to be added to the mailing list, please send an e-mail request to ahovde@aap.org.
     
  • Journal of Psychiatry & Neuroscience "publishes original research articles and review papers in clinical psychiatry (adult and child) and neuroscience that relate to major psychiatric disorders, particularly schizophrenia, affective disorders, and neurodegenerative diseases."
     
  • The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Alert "seeks to make maternal and child health news and policy more accessible to researchers, policymakers, advocates, teachers, and students in the field." The online bulletin covers "research and findings, policy developments, information about recently released publications, new programs and initiatives, and conferences."
     
  • Medscape Psychiatry and Mental Health EJournal , "Medscape's eJournals provide a free of charge online forum for the dissemination of timely, relevant and rigorously reviewed scientific, clinical, public health and policy information that will improve the practice of medicine and patient care."
     
  • The Mental Help Net Newsletter is a bi-monthly newsletter "designed to keep you informed about the happenings on Mental Help Net (MHN)...and in the world of behavioral and mental healthcare." The free newsletter is sent to subscribers via email.
     
  • Monitor on Psychology (from APA): the monthly magazine of the American Psychological Association that includes articles of interest to professionals in mental health and/or psychological research.
     
  • Northwest Education Magazine published quarterly by the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory on issues related to education.
     
  • Prevention & Treatment "is a peer-reviewed electronic journal sponsored by the American Psychological Association." The journal publishes research on prevention and the outcomes of "psychotherapy and social and environmental interventions, biologically oriented therapy, and the combination of such interventions. In addition, Prevention & Treatment publishes integrative reviews of the literature relevant to therapy, prevention, and the underlying personality processes as relate to interventions.
     
  • Psychiatric Times is a monthly publication covering areas of interest to psychiatry and includes columns, clinical news, special reports, and CME opportunities. Site features a searchable archive of past issues.
     
  • Psychology in the Schools (Ebsco) , Published by the John Wiley & Sons, Inc., "Research and opinion articles dealing with theoretical and other problems of the school psychologist or of interest to teachers, counselors, administrators and other personnel workers in schools and colleges, public and private organizations."
     
  • Psychology Today , "So many issues concerning emotional well-being, whether they relate to relationship difficulties, family concerns or more serious psychological conditions are clouded by the problems of confusion and stigma. This site has been designed to cut through these problems by providing easily accessible, well written and timely health information that can be viewed from the privacy of your home and office."
     
  • Psycline: Your Guide to Psychology and Social Science Journals on the Web, "In 2001 Links to Psychological Journals was renamed into PSYCLINE - Your Guide to Psychological and Social Science Journals on the Web."
     
  • SAMHSA News, is a valuable resource for substance abuse and mental health counselors, clinicians, students in public health, consumers, individuals and families in recovery, and others.
     
  • School Psychology Review (Ebsco) , Published by the National Association of School Psychologists, provides "Original research, thematic issues, reviews of theoretical and applied topics and descriptions of intervention techniques of interest to school psychologists."
     

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