New York, NY -- (November 1, 2012) Wolters Kluwer Health and the Harvard Review of Psychiatry announced today an agreement to publish the journal effective with the January 2013 issue. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW), part of Wolters Kluwer Health, will be the journal's publisher of record.
"It is an honor to have been named publisher for Harvard Review of Psychiatry, recognized by psychiatrists as one of the most influential journals in their specialty," commented Jayne Marks, Vice President Publishing at Wolters Kluwer Health Medical Research. "We look forward to a productive partnership that will help the journal expand its reach and impact globally, with new digital publishing solutions and strategies."
An early priority in the partnership will be the development of a Harvard Review of Psychiatry iPad edition as well as an updated of journal's website to support an enhanced content and digital strategy. The peer-reviewed journal will continue on a bimonthly publication schedule.
The new partnership comes as Harvard Review of Psychiatry embarks on its third decade of publication. "We are very excited to have Wolters Kluwer Health - LWW as the new publishing partner for the Harvard Review of Psychiatry, said Editor-in-Chief Shelly F. Greenfield, MD, MPH. "We believe that LWW offers the resources to allow readers greater access to the journal, to provide continuing education credits for many of our articles, and to reach a global audience. We look forward to continuing our tradition of bringing high high-quality reviews of critical contemporary issues in psychiatry to an even wider audience in our new partnership with LWW."
The Harvard Review of Psychiatry presents authoritative reviews and perspective pieces on timely topics in contemporary psychiatry, authored by experts from the Harvard Departments of Psychiatry and other leading institutions. Other features include a Clinical Challenge section, with a case presentation followed by discussion and debate from a panel of experts.
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