Classification

JOJPH is a bimonthly, peer reviewed, multidisciplinary, international journal dedicated to the publication of original work in research, research methods, and program evaluation in the field of public health. The mission of the journal is to advance public health research, policy, practice, and education. JOJPH aims to disseminate knowledge in the field of public health in order to improve efficacy, effectiveness and efficiency of public health interventions to improve health outcomes of populations. This aim can only be achieved by adopting a global and multidisciplinary approach. JOJPH publishes original papers, reviews, opinions, short communications, letter to editors, editorials, short reports etc. on all aspects of the science, philosophy and practice of public health. It is aimed at all public health practitioners and researchers and those who manage and deliver public health services and systems. The increase in public health research in recent decades has seen a rapid increase in the number of articles and journals. JOJPH publishes contributions from both the 'traditional' disciplines of public health.

Classification:

  • Applied Epidemiology
  • Need or impact assessments
  • Health service effectiveness, management and re-design
  • Health Protection including control of communicable diseases
  • Health promotion and disease prevention
  • Evaluation of public health programmes or interventions
  • Public health governance, audit and quality
  • Public health law and ethics
  • Public health policy and comparisons
  • Capacity in public health systems and workforce
  • Hygiene,
  • Epidemiology,
  • Health education,
  • Environmental health,
  • Occupational health,
  • Health policy,
  • Hospital management,
  • Health economics,
  • Law
  • Social science,
  • Communication science,
  • eHealth and
  • mHealth philosophy,
  • Health technology assessment,
  • Genetics research implications,
  • Population-mental health,
  • Gender and disparity issues,
  • Global and migration-related themes.