Through a new partnership with Cambridge University Press, European Psychiatry, the official journal of the EPA, has moved since 2020 to an Open Access model.
Philip Gorwood, EPA Former President, said in statement about the move to a different publishing model:
“Converting to open access, that is, providing free online access to all articles of European Psychiatry for everyone, as well as expanding article reuse rights, appeared a vital move to ensure that a maximum of psychiatrists and clinicians in Europe, and around the world, have access to important new findings … We also hope, and believe, that our partnership with Cambridge will further strengthen the EPA’s role as a leader in supporting and promoting psychiatric clinicians and researchers worldwide.”
Visit the journal homepage to read current articles, find out more about European Psychiatry and learn how to submit your research.
Read the full announcement to find out more about open access and the EPA’s upcoming partnership with Cambridge University Press.
Further information for authors and readers can be found on the Cambridge University Press website.