International Journal of Whole Person Care

The International Journal of Whole Person Care, published by McGill University's Programs in Whole Person Care, aims to publish work that harmonises the power of modern biomedicine with the potential for healing of every person who seeks the care of a healthcare practitioner.

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The International Journal of Whole Person Care is currently accepting submissions on topics related to The Impact of Technology on Whole Person Care. Contributions should be submitted online from this link

Technology includes a wide range of topics such as: electronic medical records, high tech. procedures, Internet-based services, telemedicine, mobile patient monitoring, clinical decision support systems, email/Skype communications with patients, simulation as a teaching tool, etc. Clearly there are advances and advantages that technology offers. But, there are also drawbacks. You submission may address one, the other, or both.

Papers submitted to the Theoretical, Empirical Studies and Case Studies/Narratives sections of the journal will be subject to a double-blind review process. Those submitted to the Commentaries will be reviewed by the Editor.

All submissions must be in English. Articles should not be under review, or submitted for review, with any other journal when submitted to IJWPC.     

I look forward to reading and disseminating your ideas. We publish in June, so best to submit 2-3 months in advance.

Sincerely yours,

Patricia Lynn Dobkin, PhD
McGill University

Vol 4, No 1 (2017): Psychiatry in the 21st century – Orientations and Options

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Patricia Lynn Dobkin

Theoretical Papers

Shizuma Tsuchiya, Yusuke Takamiya, Linda Snell

Empirical Studies

Patricia Lynn Dobkin, Qinyi Zhao, Kaveh Monshat


Craig Hassed