Aims and Scope

Mental Health: Global Challenges Journal is an open access peer-reviewed journal, whose main aim is to promote dialogue and debate on topics such as Mental Health, Mental Health Care Systems and etc.

Mental Health: Global Mental Challenges Journal is a journal dedicated to international studies on MHC systems in the context of global social challenges, Mental health and migration, Mental health in times of military conflicts, Mental health at work place, Specific issues of MHC, Higher Education and MHC, Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches in MHC, Partnership Building for European Projects in the field of Mental Health and related topics, therefore we will encourage those papers which focus on the specific particularities from these topics, and /or authors coming from these areas. The journal considers with a special attention the manuscripts which can be of interest for policy makers and/or practitioners.

The journal does not exclude submissions from regions other than European countries if the papers are of interest for the debated topics of the journal.

The journal accepts manuscripts such as theoretical articles, research articles, reviews, case-studies, extended abstracts.

Additional information

The “Mental Health: Global Challenges Journal” is an important source of up-to-date information about current mental health issues. All publications in the journal are thoroughly reviewed by leading specialists. The journal submits articles of scientific and practical importance to a wide community of of mental health care and related specialists.

The authors’ names and the article titles have been indexed by international scientific databases - EBSCOhost, Google Scholar etc, which increases the writer’s citation index – a marker of the scientific activity.

The journal has been indexed in Crossref, ResearchBib, ProQuest

Mental Health: Global Mental Challenges Journal is a journal dedicated to international studies on MHC systems in the context of global social challenges, Mental health and migration, Mental health in times of military conflicts, Mental health at work place, Specific issues of MHC, Higher Education and MHC, Interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches in MHC, Partnership Building for European Projects in the field of Mental Health and related topics, therefore we will encourage those papers which focus on the specific particularities from these topics, and /or authors coming from these areas. The journal considers with a special attention the manuscripts which can be of interest for policy makers and/or practitioners.

The journal does not exclude submissions from regions other than European countries if the papers are of interest for the debated topics of the journal.

The journal accepts manuscripts such as theoretical articles, research articles, reviews, extended abstracts.