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20 September 2020
Impact of Coronavirus on the Mental Health and Wellbeing of People with Intellectual and Developmental Disorders and their Families
Many researchers, professionals and families have registered their grave concern about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on people with neurodevelopnental disorders. We believe that the group merit specific mention in research and policy decisions as they are likely to be affected significantly by city lockdowns and potential lack of services and more social isolation due to social distancing and/or need for shielding. Many may not fully comprehend the reasons beind changes in their circumstances. The Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities wishes to publish articles on the impact of the pandemic on the mental health of individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders across the lifespan and that of their families. Types of suitable manuscripts may include (but not limited to) primary research, rapid systematic/narrative reviews, opinion pieces and letters. All manuscripts will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be made available via early online publication and printed in a special issue of the journal.
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Please select special issue title-"covid19" when submitting your paper to ScholarOne Papers may be up to 4,500 for reviews and primary research, 1500 for short reports/opinion pieces and 450 for letters. Deadline 20th September 2020*
*We will continue to accept Covid-19 related submissions beyond this date for consideration in future journal issues
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