International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience Incepted 13 Years Milestone of Research Publication Journey Thanks To Its Eminent Researchers


International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience celebrates 13 revolutions of its inheritance in the field of publishing and research and propogates a healthy welcome to all the authors, researchers, editors and student to contribute their latest research findings as full length articles to this collaborative medical journal. The journal is committed to serve its readers authors by adding the state of the art facilities to enhance the author’s scholarly visibility.

Established in the year 2007, International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience is one of a kind and highly reputed journals of OMICS group, the collaborative medical publisher, known for its top-notch association with medical societies and dignitaries engaged in medical research. The journal has been publishing the current state of research in the field of psychological trauma, psychiatry, addiction behaviors, emergency nursing, suicidology, behavioral science, psychology and psychotherapy, mental health and disability, as full length research articles and case studies. 

Unintended to any determined region in the body, the journal has so far published voluminous issues on Disaster Mental Health and Crisis Intervention.

James P Kelleher, MD, MBA is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences at New York Medical College and Guest Lecturer at Columbia Business School. He has been Chief Medical Officer of Four Winds Hospital Saratoga and of Howard & Hecht, L.L.C. an operational resilience and disaster recovery firm. He has also been an advisor to/consultant for numerous other healthcare and life sciences companies. Dr. Kelleher has held clinical, research, and administrative positions at St. Vincent's Westchester, Zucker Hillside, and McLean Hospitals, and elected offices of the American Psychiatric Association. He completed undergraduate and medical education at New York University (NYU) and Mount Sinai, residency and fellowship training at Harvard, and business education at Columbia. His widely cited pharmacology research has been recognized with awards from the International Congress on Schizophrenia Research and the National Institute of Mental Health. His work has also focused on the way healthcare is being shaped by the Affordable Care Act, changing demographics, and developments in science and technology. Among his other awards are Distinguished Fellowship of the American Psychiatric Association, Ethel DuPont-Warren Fellowship of Harvard Medical School, Janssen Research Fellowship, Rock Sleyster Scholarship of the American Psychiatric Association, M. Ralph Kaufman Award from Mount Sinai, Founders Day Award, Distinguished Research Award from NYU, and Phi Beta Kappa.

Listed and indexed in the reputed indexing sites like Index Copernicus, Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research Publons, the International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience is committed to ‘Creative Commons’ policy of publishing the scholarly articles on open access forum, after a thorough peer review. The journal is enjoying the staunch support of OMICS, a faithful publisher committed to medical science research.

The OMICS Group has become an ultimate destination to the world-class, peer-review medical journals till date. Omics publications are highly respected by physicians, surgeons, practitioners, and researchers alike and thus become an essential part of the international medical landscape for publishing scientific literature, which is critical to the research cycle.

On the eve completing more than a decade in medical publishing, the International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience waives off 50% of its article processing charges to promote quality research from across the nations of the globe to encourage the latest research in the field of Psychology.

Sophie Kate
Editorial Office
International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience