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11 October 2018

Cambridge University Press releases mental health books and journals for free

Cambridge University Press is offering free access to a series of books and journals about mental health and wellbeing, in recognition of Mental Illness Awareness Week and World Mental Health Day 2018.

The publisher is making a collection of groundbreaking works, such as chapters and articles from Philip T. Yanos’ book Written Off: Mental Health Stigma and the Loss of Human Potential, the Psychological Medicine journal and new book Resilience: The Science of Mastering Life's Greatest Challenges, free to read online throughout the month of October.

The collection contains a wide range of online book chapters, podcasts, blog posts and journal articles, spanning topics such as depression, anxiety, stigma and wellbeing, written by leading pioneers in the field. By making this research freely available the Press aims to raise awareness around these important issues and their impact on society.

Stephen M. Stahl, best-selling author of Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology and Editor-in-Chief of CNS Spectrums said: ‘I join Cambridge University Press in recognizing Mental Illness Awareness Week and World Mental Health Day and in honoring those who suffer from mental illness, and the providers who give them care. I salute those advocates working for parity in insurance coverage of mental illnesses, and researchers who are blazing the trails of scientific inquiry in order to gain an understanding of these disorders and to advance new treatment options.’

In addition to free journal articles and book chapters, the Press is also offering 20% off select titles throughout the month.

Visit www.cambridge.org/miaw2018 to access the full collection.  

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Tel: +44 (0)1223 326194
Email: press@cambridge.org

 

 

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