New online journal focuses on corrections: The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) has announced a new electronic publication, Corrections & Mental Health, which will explore the intersection of criminal justice and mental health systems. In particular, it will examine how administrators, advocates, providers, consumers, policy makers, prisoners, researchers, and others view and respond to mental health matters as they affect those working in the fields of community corrections, courts, mental health organizations, jails, pretrial agencies, and prisons. The publication will cover news events in correctional mental health, as well as practice, operational, management, and implementation issues; implications of research findings; policy concerns and perspectives; and international trends. The first issue is scheduled for November, and readers can view the publication on the NIC Web site at www.nicic.gov/MentalHealthNews. NIC invites submissions from writers in the fields of criminal justice, corrections, and criminology; psychology and psychiatry; social work and counseling; and other disciplines, such as economics, history, and political science. To send a query about a potential article or to share your feedback about the publication, contact Russ Immarigeon, Editor, Corrections & Mental Health, 563 County Route 21, Hillsdale, NY 12529 (e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org; phone: 518-325-5925).