IAFMHS CONFERENCE MONTREAL 2019

JUN 25 - 27  

International Journal of Forensic Mental Health

The International Journal of Forensic Mental Health is the official publication of the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, and the journal is a benefit of membership. The journal is devoted to research and practice in the field of forensic mental health, will publish empirical articles, descriptions of forensic programs and services, legal reviews, and case studies. The journal published its first issue in March, 2002. The impact factor of the journal is 1.362 (© 2017 Clarivate Analytics, 2016 Journal Citation Reports®). Please let your colleagues know about our journal and the Association.

The International Journal of Forensic Mental Health is intended to provide an international forum for disseminating research and practical developments to forensic mental health professionals. Forensic populations include both adults and youth involved in the criminal justice system, particularly mentally disordered offenders and sex offenders. The focus will be on forensic issues such as criminal responsibility, competency or fitness to stand trial, risk assessment, family violence, and treatment of forensic clients. The journal will reflect the international audience represented by the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, and articles comparing the law and/or practice in different countries will be encouraged.

The target audience for the journal is psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, administrators, and other professionals whose research or practice focuses on forensic mental health.

Manuscript submissions should be submitted online (click here for instructions). Manuscripts should conform to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Edition). More detailed instructions on how to format and submit your manuscript can be found HERE.



All Members have Free Online Access to the Journal

As a member of International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services you are eligible to access International Journal of Forensic Mental Health online. Please follow the instructions below to claim your access to the journal.

If you do not already have a tandfonline.com account, please go to http://www.tandfonline.com and click "Register" in the upper right hand corner. Enter your name, country, and a valid email address, and choose a password to access your account. When finished entering your account information click Register. Then, check your email. A message from support@tandfonline.com should appear within 30 minutes. Please check your Spam folder if you do not see it in your Inbox. Click the link in the message to activate your account.

Once you have claimed access, you will be able to access journal content from any computer, any time by clicking on the following link and entering your email address and password. Please note that your subscription is contingent on having an active membership with the Association. You can renew your Association membership here



Become an Editorial Board Member

ThInternational Journal of Forensic Mental Health invites people who are appropriately qualified and have diligently provided high quality reviews to the journal to self-nominate for the Editorial Board. Editorial Board members are required to commit to reviewing ~6 papers per year. Please send a succinct paragraph to an Associate Editor who is familiar with your reviews, the Editor (Tonia Nicholls – tnicholls@forensic.bc.ca), or the Editorial Assistant (ilvy.goossens@forensic.bc.ca) describing your qualifications to be a reviewer, your contributions to the Association (e.g., served on the Advisory Board, worked on a Local Organizing Committee), and/or journal to date (e.g., provided high quality reviews consistently for past 3 years). Finally, please include a minimum of 4-5 areas of expertise and your preferred title and affiliation.


Become a Reviewer

If you are interested in becoming an ad-hoc reviewer please contact us. In order to facilitate this process, we recommend that you are nominated by a member of IAFMHS (a succinct email is sufficient) and provide us with your CV and up to five areas of expertise; you can send this to tnicholls@forensic.bc.ca and ilvy.goossens@forensic.bc.ca

We are particularly interested in supporting student reviewers. Students should be admitted to a graduate program in a related discipline and must have a direct supervisor who is willing to collaborate on the review(s). If you are interested in becoming a student reviewer, please send your CV with a brief statement of support by your supervisor, and include up to five areas of expertise, to tnicholls@forensic.bc.ca and ilvy.goossens@forensic.bc.ca.


Editorial Team

         
  







Editor -in-Chief   |  Tonia L. Nicholls

Department of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia; BC Mental Health and Substance Use Services; CANADA

 






 

Associate Editor  |  Michael Daffern

 Centre for Forensic Behavioral Science, Swinburne University of Technology; AUSTRALIA


   






Associate Editor  |  Matthew Huss

Department of Psychology, Creighton University; USA




 


 







Associate Editor  Jennifer E. Storey

Forensic Psychology, School of Law, Royal Holloway, University of London; UK












Associate Editor  Ed L. B. Hilterman

GGzE Institute for Mental Health Care; the NETHERLANDS & Justa Mesura; Spain

 
 Associate Editor   |   Stephanie R. Penney

Centre for Addiction & Mental Health; University of Toronto; CAN


  

 

Editorial Assistant  |  Ilvy Goossens

Simon Fraser University; CAN






FOUNDING EDITORS

Ronald Roesch - Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Stephen D. Hart - Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University, Canada


EDITORIAL BOARD

Jamie L. Anderson - Department of Psychology and Philosophy, Sam Houston State University, USA

Henrik Belfrage -  Sundsvall Forensic Psychiatric Centre, Sweden

David Bernstein - Maastricht University, Netherlands

Stål Bjørkly - Institute of Health and Social Sciences and Centre for Research Education in Forensic Psychiatry, Oslo University Hospital, and Molde University College, Norway

David Cooke -  Douglas Inch Centre and Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland

Raymond R. Corrado -  School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Jennifer Cox - Department of  Psychology, University of Alabama, USA

Keith Cruise - Department of Psychology, Fordham University, USA

Corine de Ruiter -  Department of Clinical Psychological Science, Maastricht University, The Netherlands

Sarah Desmarais - Department of Psychology, North Carolina State University, USA

Kevin Douglas -  Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Joel Dvoskin -  University of Arizona College of Medicine, USA

John Edens -  Department of Psychology and Philosophy, Sam Houston State University, USA

Eric Elbogen - Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University, USA

Jorge Folino -  School of Medicine, National University of La Plata, Argentina

Emily Glorney - Royal Holloway University of London, UK

Kris Goethals - Antwerp University Hospital, Belgium, & Medical Health Care WNB, Netherlands

Naomi Goldstein - Department of Psychology, Drexel University, USA

Laura S. Guy - Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Kirk Heilbrun -  Department of Psychology, Drexel University, USA

Harry Kennedy - Department of Psychiatry, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Daniel Krauss - Department of Psychology, Claremont McKenna College, USA

Mette Kreis - Forth Valley Prisons, Scotland, UK

Guy Lacroix - Department of Psychology, Carleton University, Canada

Friedrich Lösel -   Institute of Psychology, University of Cambridge, UK; University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Berlin Psychological University , Germany

Caroline Logan -  School of Medicine, University of Manchester, Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust.

Hjalmar van Marle -  Department of Forensic Psychiatry of the Erasmus Medical Center and the Erasmus School of Law, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Kaitlyn McLachlan - Department of Psychology, University of Guelph

Dale E. McNiel -  Department of Psychiatry, University of California, San Francisco , USA

Rüdiger Müller-Isberner -  Haina Forensic Psychiatric Hospital, Germany

Norbert Nedopil -  Department of Forensic Psychiatry, University of Munich, Germany

Mark Olver - Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Tom Palmstierna - Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

Antonio Andres Pueyo - Institute of Neuroscience, University of Barcelona, Spain

Andrew Rasmussen - Department of Psychology, Fordham University, USA

Randall T. Salekin -  Department of Psychology, University of Alabama, USA

Martin Selbom - Department of Psychology, University of Otago, New Zealand

Lorraine Sheridan - School of Psychology, Curtin University, Australia 

Jennifer Skeem -  Psychology and Social Behavior, University of California, Irvine, USA

Lynn Stewart - Research branch, Correctional Services of Canada, Canada

Ulf Stridbeck - School of Social Welfare, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California Berkeley

José G. V. Taborda -  Department of Psychiatry and Legal Medicine, Federal Faculty of Medical Sciences of Porto Alegre, Brazil

Stuart Thomas - Justice and Legal Studies, School of Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University, Australia

Simon Verdun-Jones -  School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Geert Vervaeke -  Faculty of Law, Tilburg University, the Netherlands

Jodi Viljoen -  Department of Psychology, Simon Fraser University, Canada

Gina Vincent -  Law & Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA

Patricia Zapf -  Department of Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, USA

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