Journal Description

 Basic information


The “Journal of Ethics in Mental Health” is an international, peer-reviewed, web-based journal, available free on-line worldwide.
2 issues are published per year (April and November).
The journal was developed in association with Whitby Mental Health Centre and McMaster University (Canada).
PURPOSE: The journal aims at providing a useful forum for sharing ideas and experiences among all who are committed to improving ethical standards, behaviours, and choices in mental health care giving.


ISSN: 1916-2405


The library contains all the articles of Journal of Ehtics in Mental Health between 2006 (1/1) - 2010 (5/1)


The contents of the JEMH may be used and copied free of charge by individuals, students, libraries, health and academic institutions, government agencies, research organizations, or professional and community associations. No permission is required for nonprofit classroom or library reserve use.
This consent does not extend to other kinds of copying, such as copying for general distribution for profit, for advertising or promotional purposes, for creating new collective works, or for resale. In short, no profit or advantage may accrue to any individual through redistribution, reprinting, or photocopying of journal content.
Publishers wishing to reprint articles in new collective works should contact the JEMH editors.

Website of Journal of Ethics in Mental Health

Subjects GlobeEthicsLib

  • Bio ethics
    • Bioethics
    • Medical ethics
    • Health ethics