OMICS Group acquires International Journal of Emergency Health

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OMICS Group proudly announces the acquisition of International Journal of Emergency Health (IJEMH), a mental health emergency or mental health crisis research based journal. IJEMH, OMICS Group's latest acquisition, is a MEDLINE indexed journal which was initiated in 1999.

International Journal of Emergency Mental Health was initially published by Chevron Publications and later all the rights were sold to its founding editor, Prof. Dr. George S. Everly, Jr. Recently OMICS Group collaborated and acquired the journal from Dr. Everly. With the objective of providing resources for the improvement of research online, by reaching out to healthcare professionals, scientists and public, the International Journal of Emergency Mental Health (ISSN: 1522-4821) will now be operable in Open Access and Subscription model. This policy enumerates OMICS's vision of dissemination of scientific and healthcare information. With the Open Access Policy, IJEMH will reinvent the passion and mission for serving the scientific community and serving them with scholarly articles and research at the easiest steps. Started in 1999, IJEMH will foster communication between academic research and interdisciplinary commerce of medicine.

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