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We also spent quite a lot on a new CMS system and on 'loading up' more back issues, which were shown in the IJP annual expenditure figures, whereas these amounts came out of our capital reserves.
but these figures are acknowledged (by the EAP Treasurer) to show a somewhat incomplete figure as the Journal revenues from the EAP Member Organisations - were shown in the Membership Income, not in the Journal Income figures.It increasingly appears that this was possibly a mistake, and that this company may be (at best) 'dubious' or there is even an external claim that it is 'fraudulent': we have therefore removed the relevant information about Impact Factors from the Home Page. They gave us an Impact Factor of 2.2; and 2.6: apparently this is based on a total of 300 published (citable) articles and 807 citations over the last 10 years (IF = 2.69 ?): and, in any one year, they say they calculate the Impact Factor by A / B: where A = the number of citations in the previous 2 years, divided by B = the total number of "citable" articles published in those 2 years.Therefore, for the 2013 figures, we apparently had 115 citations in 2011 and 127 citations in 2012: and, in 2011, we published a total of 29 "citable" articles, and in 2012, we published a total of 26 "citable" articles: but (115 127 = 242) / (29 26 = 55) does not equal 2.241, it equals 4.4; For the 2014 figure; we have A [= 127 (2012) 123 (2013)] divided by B [26 24 = 150 / 30] = 5, which again doesn't equal 2.679. No matter: we seem to be doing reasonably well, if their number of our citations is accurate. The next issue - the 'Special Issue' on Existential Psychotherapy - looks very promising and we are currently working through the peer-review process.The Editorial Board met again in Vilnius, Lithuania (there was no July 2014 meeting) this October. 2) had come out OK - albeit a little later than desired; and the November issue (Vol. There are still a few 'issues' about the IJP finances.So - we have devised a new 'system', and now we just need to make sure that it works.Courtenay is in contact with Steve Olween about being the Editor of a Special Issue on Transgenerational Trauma; and there are several articles in the 'pipe-line' for the next part of the on-going Special Issue on "Psychotherapy vs Spirituality".The new subscriptions just reflect - more accurately - the costs of producing a Journal and we are also aiming to "break even" within a year or so.We are also looking at ways to increase our circulation - particularly through the European Accredited Psychotherapy Training Institutes (EAPTI) maybe offering their trainees a special 2-year Subscription (renewable only once: i.e. We have also managed to obtain an "impact factor" of 2.2 - and (more recently) an "impact factor of 2.6 from International Scientific Indexing (ISI).However, we do have some new applicants applying to join - and we welcome any such applications. 1 (March 2014), is out on time and will be posted out to subscribers very soon.It has also now been clearly established that the IJP Editorial Board really is a proper sub-committee of the EAP Governing Board - a clarity that we have been wanting for 2 or more years, This is also now mentioned in the EAP Statutes: we have again submitted a budget for the EAP's next financial year, 2014-5. We are also beginning to consider new directions and possibilities: one of which is possibly to start developing an on-line edition of the Journal, as well as a printed version: but more about this later.