Critical Public Health
Critical Public Health is a peer-review journal for researchers and practitioners working in public health, health promotion and related fields. It brings together international scholarship to provide critical analyses of theory and practice, reviews of literature and explorations of new ways of working. The journal publishes high quality work that is open and critical in perspective and which reports on current research and debates in the field. The journal encourages an interdisciplinary focus and features innovative analyses.
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Health Education Research
Health Education Research deals with all the vital issues involved in health education and promotion worldwide - providing a valuable link between the health education research and practice communities. The journal invites original contributions in any area of research in health education and educational aspects of health promotion. The perspective is international, and the journal publishes material on both theoretical processes and models, and on their practical implementation. Articles may be data-based or theoretical, and are welcome from academics or practitioners working in any health-related field. Health Education Research accepts manuscripts of four different formats: Research Papers, Programme Papers, Research Notes and Points of View papers.
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Health Promotion International
Health Promotion International responds to the move for a new public health throughout the world and supports the development of action outlined in the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion.
The quarterly journal contains refereed original articles, reviews and debate articles on major themes and innovations from various sectors including education, health services, employment, government, the media, industry, environmental agencies and community networks. The journal provides a unique focal point for articles of high quality that describe not only theories and concepts, research projects and policy formulation, but also planned and spontaneous activities, organisational change, social and environmental development.
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International Journal of Public Health
The International Journal of Public Health provides an up-to-date source of knowledge and a platform for discussion about public health research and practice for authors and readers worldwide. Commentary and opinion are encouraged in the Forum section and Special Issues highlight key areas of current research.
The journal publishes original quantitative and qualitative scientific work on public health issues. The articles derive from social sciences, epidemiology, survey research, health promotion, evaluation and intervention. The journal has a special focus on findings and methods from health survey research, risk factor surveillance and health promotion. The originality of this journal lies in the wide range of manuscripts accepted for the different sections that organise the content.
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International Journal of Mental Health Promotion
The aim of the International Journal of Mental Health Promotion is to nurture and encourage understanding and collaboration in the field of mental health promotion (and the prevention of mental disorders) within a truly multi-disciplinary forum. The intention is to link theory and practice by increasing awareness, fostering understanding and promoting collaboration between the different disciplines engaged in this diverse activity of study.
Published by The Clifford Beers Foundation, the journal is a comprehensive information resource which publishes material of distinction submitted by clinical/medical staff, health services researchers, managers, health promoters, educationalists, sociologists, health economists and practitioners from all branches of health and social care.
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