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Call for papers- with an award to be won!

I’m very excited to announce our new Call for Papers! Who organises it? This s the first joint call for papers organised by the two journals of the Swiss School of Public Health+ (SSPH+),...

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We are 100 years old! Send us your wishes!

Not sure if I’m breaking some social media etiquette rules with this post, but it’s not every year that one turns 100! And for the International Journal of Public Health this year is 2021...

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Meet our award winner, Ana Claudia Figueiró!

  A couple of weeks ago, we announced the winner of our “Development and Public Health: Challenges for Latin America” call for papers. Now it is time to get to know the winner better! Ana...

IJPH first issue of 2016 is out now! 1

IJPH first issue of 2016 is out now!

Happy New Year everyone! Our Editors and all of us at the Editorial Office wish you much health and happiness for 2016! We are back and we come bearing gifts! Our first issue of...

World AIDS Day: a day to rethink HIV 2

World AIDS Day: a day to rethink HIV

Today is December 1st, a day that has been known as World AIDS Day since 1988! This year’s ‘Think Positive: Rethink HIV’campaign is challenging people to rethink outdated stereotypes, challenge myths and be positive about...

New IJPH issue out now! 0

New IJPH issue out now!

A new member issue was added in the IJPH family! Our fifth issue for this year was just published and it is full of interesting papers, if we may say so ourselves! This issue...

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...

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...