The Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings (JCPMS) is the official journal of the Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers. JCPMS aims to publish research that is relevant to the work of psychologists in academic health centers, medical schools, teaching hospitals, and other medical settings. Published articles reflect the diversity of psychologists’ roles as clinicians, scientists, educators, administrators, and leaders in these settings. Its contents have broad appeal to psychology as well as other health disciplines.
JCPMS publishes research across the translational science spectrum, including basic, preclinical, clinical, health services, and evaluation research. The journal accepts a variety of article types including literature reviews, case studies and case series, observational studies, proof-of-concept studies, clinical trials, theoretical and methodological research, qualitative studies, dissemination and implementation research, and evaluations of programs and policies.
For more information about topical coverage in JCPMS, please see the Aims and Scope.
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