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Global Health Promotion is an official publication of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE). It is a multilingual journal that publishes authoritative peer-reviewed articles and practical information for a worldwide audience of professionals interested in health promotion and health education.

2018 Impact Factor: 1.253. 

Journal Citation Reports®, 2019 release; Indexed in PubMed: MEDLINE.

Global Health Promotion and its Editor-in-Chief are pleased to welcome the new GHP Editorial Board:

 

The supplement issue on Indigenous Health Promotion “Whenua Ora: Healthy Lands, Healthy Peoples” is available now!

Guest Editors: Debbie Martin, Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Health and Wellbeing, Dalhousie University, Canada; Mihi Ratima, Director, Taumata Associates, New Zealand; Treena Wasonti:io Delormier, Associate Director, Centre for Indigenous Peoples’ Nutrition & Environment (CINE), McGill University, Canada; and Heather Castleden, Canada Research Chair in Reconciling Relations for Health, Environments, and Communities, Queen’s University, Canada.

This supplement was organised and published as part of a project developed in collaboration with, and supported by, the Public Health Agency of Canada.

The main objective of the supplement issue is to enhance the development and exchange of research and of evidence-based approaches and practices involving Indigenous peoples from a variety of countries. This with the aim of contributing to the ongoing search for solutions to act on global health determinants and inequities, and to the development of the health promotion discipline itself.

 

 

Latest issue:

 

The September issue of GHP is online now! You can read it here.

This edition’s editorial, entitled “Health promotion in the sustainable development goal era,” was written by Erica Di Ruggiero, the journal’s new Editor-in-Chief. In it, she presents her vision for the future of the journal and makes a compelling call for reflection on health promotion as a field. 

 

Recent articles OnlineFirst: click here to read them.