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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness

Mental Health Informatics Publications

MHISIG Publications

Publications from Mental Health Informatics:

  • Connect Newsletter
    MHI publishes the newsletter Connect on an occasional basis. We welcome contributions from any of our members or indeed from anyone at all. Articles may cover any aspect of mental health informatics, information governance, technology, media, communications and user experience. They may be targeted at any level of informatics experience or computer user from absolute beginner to the most advanced. We also publish hardware, software and website reviews as well as letters from members.
  • Books

 


Connect Newsletter

Submission

Article length is ideally 400 to 900 words. Longer articles should be discussed with the editors prior to submission.

 

Authors should include a list of bullet points for inclusion in a 'summary box'. Contributors are also encouraged to provide website addresses (either included within the article or as a separate list) so that readers can find further information on the topic.

 

Reviews should be half a side of A4 and include a picture of the reviewed article.

 

Letters may be up to 250 words. We are also able to publish brief notices relating to events appropriate to our readership.

 

Please note that we are no longer sending out printed newsletters due to the costs involved.

 

All newsletters are now downloaded in PDF format. If you sign up to the discussion forum you will be notified when the newsletter is released.

 

The current editor is Himanshu Tyagi.

 

 

Downloads

  • Autumn 2010 newsletter
    Editorial Information and trainees
    Information governance
    Internet and psychiatry
    Mental health technology
    Mental health analytics

 


Books

Computers in Psychiatry Book

May 2006 - Computers in Psychiatry

Edited by MHISIG committee member Fionbar Lenihan

Published and available from RCPsych Publications.

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