The American Journal of Psychiatry’s Efforts Toward Eliminating Racism, Social Injustice, Health Care Inequities, and Publication Biases

American Journal of Psychiatry editors outline ongoing efforts to address racism and publication biases – Prioritizing papers that examine the impacts of systemic racism and health care inequities and creating a program for residents of diverse backgrounds to learn about the publishing process are just two of several changes made in the past two years by the American Journal of Psychiatry (AJP) to address structural racism and social injustice. So wrote AJP Editor-in-Chief Ned H. Kalin, M.D., and the Journal’s deputy and executive editors in an editorial appearing in the September issue.

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