The Journal of Ethics in Mental Health (JEMH) is an online peer-reviewed international publication dedicated to ethical issues connected to mental health. It is published twice a year and is edited by Ronald Ballantyne. All contents, which include articles, case studies and personal narratives, are available without charge from this homepage. Articles featured to date include: 'A critical reflection on utilitarianism as the basis for psychiatric ethics'; 'By what means? Conflicts of interest in professional ethics'; 'Ethical issues and tagging in dementia'; and 'Locked in syndrome, PVS and ethics at the end of life'. The site also contains information about the journal's submission policy and annotated links to relevant journals. The journal also organises a conference on 'Ethics in Mental Health' every two years. Visitors can access the audio recordings of the papers presented at these conferences.