Category: from the editors

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IJPH to soon become open access!

The news is already out since May 1st…but we are excited to reshare it! What changes? As you might have read, we will be transitioning to a Gold Open Access model from 1st January...

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Words matter! Social versus spatial distancing

“Social distancing” is a term that most of us have not used or given it a second thought until recently. Nowadays, it seems every second phrase we use or hear is that. Social distancing...

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Meet the (new) Editor: Vasilis Nittas!

We are happy to host an interview with Vasilis Nittas, the new Editor in Chief of our Young Researcher Editorials (YRE) series! Any comments? Share them below or directly with Vasilis on twitter (...

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A journey of the Young Researcher Editorials

This post is written by Apolline Saucy. Apolline is a PhD candidate in environmental epidemiology at SwissTPH. Her research focuses on the health effects of aircraft noise in Switzerland. In parallel, she contributes to...

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2016- Our year in Review!

*For the full functional inforgaphic please go here:    2017- A new year starting. Most people are committing to (or they have already broken) their new year’s resolutions. I will not join them as...

World AIDS day: read our HIV-related papers! 0

World AIDS day: read our HIV-related papers!

As you most probably know, today is the World AIDS Day so we thought it’d be a good idea to share our most recently published HIV-related papers! – HIV/AIDS knowledge among adolescents: did a prevention...

Call for Reviews on Global Health- win an award! 9

Call for Reviews on Global Health- win an award!

  We are happy to announce a call for Systematic Reviews (and an award for the best one!) in connection to the 9th European Conference on Tropical Medicine and International Health (Driving the Best...

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To e-smoke or not to e-smoke? Join the debate!

  To e-smoke or not to e-smoke: is that a question?   With this title our Editor in Chief, Nino Künzli, introduces and places in context two invited commentaries on e-cigarettes. Both these commentaries...

Thank you IJPH Reviewers! 0

Thank you IJPH Reviewers!

            Like every year, our Editors would like to express our appreciation and gratitude to the Reviewers that worked with us in 2013 to ensure the diversity, scientific interest...