Invitation to Write for Reformulation

Kimber-Rogal, N., Yorke, L., 2015. Invitation to Write for Reformulation. Reformulation, Winter, p.28.


Call for Papers

Have you written an article for Reformulation or would you like to?
The Editors are actively seeking articles for future editions.

We are keen to receive articles that highlight developments in CAT from teaching, research, audit, theoretical, applied and commissioning perspectives, what worked and why. Papers from individuals, teams, as well as those that include client perspectives and co-production are valued, from experienced CAT clinicians as well as those who are new to CAT.

There are no set topics; however, if you are not clear whether your idea might be something that could be part of Reformulation, contact us to talk about it. Articles can be received at any time but if you would like your article published in the next edition, please submit this by Monday, 7th March 2016.

Submission guidelines may be found on the ACAT website: www.acat.me.uk/page/reformulation

We look forward to hearing from you.

With best wishes,
Nicola Kimber-Rogal and Louise Yorke, Reformulation Editors
reformulation@acat.me.uk

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Kimber-Rogal, N., Yorke, L., 2015. Invitation to Write for Reformulation. Reformulation, Winter, p.28.

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