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Message ID: 10606
Date: 2019-03-27

Author:Daniel Whitaker

Subject:Child Maltreatment - call for Associate Editors

Greeting folks, We are restructuring the Editorial team at Child Maltreatment a bit, and putting in place Associate Editors. Please see the attached call for applicants for those positions. I’m not sure if attachments will come through this list serve, so I have pasted the text below. Best, Dan Daniel J. Whitaker, PhD Editor in Chief, Child Maltreatment Dwhitaker@gsu.edu Call for Associate Editors for Child Maltreatment The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) is seeking to contract with four Associate Editors (AE) for Child Maltreatment (CM). CM is the official journal of APSAC and is one of the premier outlets for research on child maltreatment research. CM receives 180+ submissions each year and is published quarterly. With an impact factor of 2.98, CM is ranked 3rd in the area of Family Studies and 2nd in the area of Social Work. The duties of the Associate Editor are as follows: · Work with the Editor in Chief (EIC) to process submission through the peer review process. AE will be assigned papers by the EIC for peer review. AE can expect to be assigned 15-20 papers per year. · AE will act as action editors for assigned papers, and that involves assigning reviewers, receiving and reviewing reviews, writing decision letters which will include summary of reviews and editorial decisions. AE are expected to ensure that the review process is conducted in a professional and timely manner. · AE will work Guest Editors as appropriate to oversee special issues and special sections. · AE will work with the EIC and APSAC to set the general direction and priorities for CM. · AE will participate with the EIC and APSAC Board in soliciting and selecting new Editorial Board members for CM and members of the Student Editorial Board. · AE are expected to attend the annual editorial board meeting held at the APSAC Colloquium each June. · The terms of services for AE will be two or three years initially. Qualifications Candidate should have a strong national scholarly reputation in some area of child maltreatment, a strong publication record in areas related to maltreatment, and awareness of practice and policy issue related to multiple professions working with child maltreatment. Candidates should have a strong background in research methodologies pertinent to aspects of research and practice in child maltreatment. Ideal candidates will have a history of publishing in and reviewing for Child Maltreatment. Candidates must possess a high level of organizational skills, a professional and collegial working style and be deadline and task focused, Support CM is supported by an editorial assistant who works 5- 10 hours per week under the direction of the EIC. The editorial assistant manages the incoming manuscripts and routine communications with authors. APSAC will provide a $1000 annual stipend to AE for their services. To Apply Interested candidates can send a vita and a 1-page statement of research interests to childmaltreatment@apsac.org . Questions can be directly to Daniel Whitaker, PhD, Child Maltreatment Editor in Chief at DWhitaker@gsu.edu .

Greeting folks, We are restructuring the Editorial team at Child Maltreatment a bit, and putting in place Associate Editors. Please see the attached call for applicants for those positions. I’m not sure if attachments will come through this list serve, so I have pasted the text below. Best, Dan Daniel J. Whitaker, PhD Editor in Chief, Child Maltreatment Dwhitakergsu.edu Call for Associate Editors for Child Maltreatment The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC) is seeking to contract with four Associate Editors (AE) for Child Maltreatment (CM). CM is the official journal of APSAC and is one of the premier outlets for research on child maltreatment research. CM receives 180+ submissions each year and is published quarterly. With an impact factor of 2.98, CM is ranked 3rd in the area of Family Studies and 2nd in the area of Social Work. The duties of the Associate Editor are as follows: · Work with the Editor in Chief (EIC) to process submission through the peer review process. AE will be assigned papers by the EIC for peer review. AE can expect to be assigned 15-20 papers per year. · AE will act as action editors for assigned papers, and that involves assigning reviewers, receiving and reviewing reviews, writing decision letters which will include summary of reviews and editorial decisions. AE are expected to ensure that the review process is conducted in a professional and timely manner. · AE will work Guest Editors as appropriate to oversee special issues and special sections. · AE will work with the EIC and APSAC to set the general direction and priorities for CM. · AE will participate with the EIC and APSAC Board in soliciting and selecting new Editorial Board members for CM and members of the Student Editorial Board. · AE are expected to attend the annual editorial board meeting held at the APSAC Colloquium each June. · The terms of services for AE will be two or three years initially. Qualifications Candidate should have a strong national scholarly reputation in some area of child maltreatment, a strong publication record in areas related to maltreatment, and awareness of practice and policy issue related to multiple professions working with child maltreatment. Candidates should have a strong background in research methodologies pertinent to aspects of research and practice in child maltreatment. Ideal candidates will have a history of publishing in and reviewing for Child Maltreatment. Candidates must possess a high level of organizational skills, a professional and collegial working style and be deadline and task focused, Support CM is supported by an editorial assistant who works 5- 10 hours per week under the direction of the EIC. The editorial assistant manages the incoming manuscripts and routine communications with authors. APSAC will provide a $1000 annual stipend to AE for their services. To Apply Interested candidates can send a vita and a 1-page statement of research interests to childmaltreatmentapsac.org . Questions can be directly to Daniel Whitaker, PhD, Child Maltreatment Editor in Chief at DWhitakergsu.edu .