The National Register of Health Service Psychologists has transformed its trade magazine, The Register Report, into a clinically oriented journal. The Journal of Health Service Psychology (JHSP) is a peer-reviewed, translational and clinical journal providing scholarly and scientific information to a circulation of 11,000 licensed psychologists, 2,500 psychology doctoral students, and 1,500 psychology doctoral programs, internship training sites, and postdoctoral training sites.
This journal is published by the National Register of Health Service Psychologists. The views expressed in the articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Register. No part of this publication may be reproduced or reprinted without the publisher’s written permission.
As of January 1, 2020, the National Register’s Journal of Health Service Psychology (JHSP) is a Springer-branded publication. JHSP articles are available through Springer’s institutional subscription service, SpringerLink, which dramatically increases access to the articles within universities and healthcare systems.
Learn more from the editors of JHSP: Making Research Pertinent to Clinicians’ Needs: The Journal of Health Service Psychology
First of all, we will continue to print approximately 15,000 copies per issue and mail a printed copy to all Registrants except those who have indicated a “no print” preference. As always, there will be no additional fee to Registrants to receive the print version of the JHSP. Secondly, Registrants may purchase access to the enhanced electronic version of the JHSP, available via SpringerLink, for $10 annually. Simply check the appropriate box on your annual renewal form and complete payment. A direct link to the JHSP page on SpringerLink will appear under the “Home” tab in your personalized member portal.
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