Guidelines for blog posts

In order to assist potential ISCHP bloggers with their submissions the following guidance is provided:

  1. The ISCHP Blog Editors and Blog Commissioning Editors are keen to receive preliminary proposals for blog submissions so that feedback and guidance can be provided in the development stage.
  2. Blog submissions are subject to peer review by the Blog Editors and will only be posted if they are focused on subjects that have relevance for critical health research and are aligned with ISCHP’s principles.
  3. The ideal blog post is around 500 words (up to 800 words) and is accompanied by one or two images that are open-access and without any copyright material included.
  4. Blog posts will be allocated a publication slot dependent on their topic and what other posts are planned. The Blog Editors are responsible for scheduling posts.
  5. The ISCHP Executive Committee has tasked the Blog Editorial Team with ensuring that blog posts meet the aims and principles of ISCHP. If a submission does not meet these criteria, then a Blog Editor will get in touch with the author to advise and discuss this decision. We recommend that all new blog contributors/authors take a look at this post for additional guidance on critical health psychology perspectives.

If you are interested to write a blogpost, see more at Why write a blog post?


Blog Editors

Franciska Neuhauser School of Psychology, Massey University, New Zealand franciska@franciska.org

Jessica Tappin School of Psychology, Massey University, New Zealand jessica.tappin.1@uni.massey.ac.nz

Liz Wagenvoort School of Psychology, Massey University, New Zealand liz@resolveconsultancy.co.nz

Read more about the Blog Editors here 

See details of the Blog Commissioning Editors on the ISCHP Committee page