The National Wellbeing Service publishes a range of daily health related online newsletters and in 2017 it launched three academic journals:
The journals are published online and articles are peer reviewed. Each journal focuses on the theory, research and practice of the particular field. The journals are sponsored by professional bodies and corporate companies.
Journal items are published online as soon as they have been processed and are added to the “current” volume’s Table of Contents. On an occasional basis, the publishers may print a paper journal version of the articles published.
Article and page numbering
In order to publish accepted articles promptly, National Wellbeing Service journals will use article numbers instead of the traditional method of continuous pagination through any particular volume. (For convenience and to aid citation of quotes from the text, page numbers starting at page one will still be used within each article.)
In the reference section authors should use one of the following citation style: APA Style®. It must be used consistently and authorship of cited works is adequately attributed, with all information necessary to locate cited material included. (The APA kindly provide a free short online tutorial designed for those who have no previous knowledge of APA Style®.)
The articles from journals can be cited in the following style which need to include the article URL:
O’Riordan, S., & Palmer, S. (2017). An International Perspective on Coaching Psychology: Education, Practice and Development as a Profession. European Journal of Applied Positive Psychology, 1, 4, 1-5. Retrieved from: http://www.nationalwellbeingservice.org/volumes/volume-1-2017/volume-1-article-4/
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
International Journal of Stress Prevention and Wellbeing: ISSN 2397-7698
European Journal of Counselling Theory, Research and Practice: ISSN 2398-5607
European Journal of Applied Positive Psychology: ISSN 2397-7116
Funding from Tobacco Companies
NWS journals will not publish articles in which any of the authors’ salaries or research costs have been funded by a tobacco company.