The Revista Española de Medicina Legal (Spanish Journal of Legal Medicine) is the official publication of the Asociación Nacional de Médicos Forenses, professional and scientific non-profit association. The journal has been published since 1974. Then as is now, the goal of the journal is to promote excellence in Legal Medicine practice and closely related fields. Forensic Psychiatry is one of its main topics of interest.
Royal College of Psychiatrists (2010). Specialists in forensic psychiatry. A competency based curriculum for specialist training psychiatry.
Division of Forensic Psychiatry at the Psychiatric Clinic of Ludwig-Maximilians, University of Munich.
The Offender Health Research Network Cymru links researchers and practitioners from all relevant professional disciplines and across agencies 935 throughout Wales to promote research into the mental and physical health of Welsh offenders to effect practical improvements for them, the staff who work with them, and the public.
Criminal Behaviour & Mental Health – CBMH – aims to publish original material on any aspect of the relationship between mental state and criminal behaviour. Thus, we are interested in mental mechanisms associated with offending, regardless of whether the individual concerned has a mental disorder or not. We are interested in factors that influence such relationships, and particularly welcome studies about pathways into and out of crime.
These will include studies of normal and abnormal development, of mental disorder and how that may lead to offending for a subgroup of sufferers, together with information about factors which mediate such a relationship. We are particularly keen to attract treatment studies and studies evaluating the impact of a range of interventions and new services designed to increase public safety as well as the safety and well-being of the perpetrators of crime and their victims.