JCPP Advances accepted into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

Matt Kempen
Marketing Manager for ACAMH

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Our new journal, JCPP Advances, has been accepted into the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). The DOAJ is an international curated directory of over 16,000 high quality, peer-reviewed Open Access journals vetted to meet standards of transparency and best practices in scholarly publishing.

All articles published in JCPP Advances will now be indexed on DOAJ. Article metadata will be shared across various aggregators, increasing visibility and reach of the work published.

Professor Henrik Larsson, Editor in Chief, said; “This is an important step towards achieving our goal of becoming a high impact open access journal for research that address critical knowledge gaps in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry and psychology”.

Martin Pratt, ACAMH CEO, said; “This is great news for JCPP Advances and our commitment to open science. JCPP Advances, although only launched a few months ago, is making great strides to advance the field by opening new opportunities for diverse researchers and for the dissemination of innovative science. Congratulations to Editor in Chief, Professor Henrik Larsson, all contributing editors and reviewers, the ACAMH Publications Team, and of course our publishers Wiley.”

For more details on JCPP Advances, podcast series of recent papers, plus details of how to publish please take a look at the JCPP Advances section on the website.

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