General Global Health
A multidisciplinary journal in the field of public health, publishing contributions from social medicine, epidemiology, health services research, management, ethics and law, health economics, social sciences, and environmental health.
The journal provides a forum for discussion and debate of current international public health issues with a focus on the European region.
Publishing frequency: 6 issues a year
The mission of the BMJ is to lead the debate on health, and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
To achieve these aims the journal publish original research articles, review and educational articles, news, letters, investigative journalism, and articles commenting on the clinical, scientific, social, political, and economic factors affecting health. The BMJ also aims to publish articles that advance debate on the science and art of patient partnership and coproduction of health.
Publishing frequency: Weekly in print; Continuously online
The Revista Brasileira em Promoção da Saúde (Brazilian Journal in Health Promotion) was founded in 1984 and is based on Health Promotion, including public policies, healthy environments, community capacity building, individual and collective skills development, and reorientation of health services. It publishes articles with quantitative and qualitative approaches, research of descriptive nature, analytical, clinical, epidemiological and environmental studies, whose final objective is the dissemination of scientific knowledge in Health Promotion and in Public / Collective Health.
The journal publishes editorials, original articles, review articles, description of experiences or services, evaluation of health services and case reports.
Publishing frequency: Quarterly
An online journal from BMJ dedicated to publishing high-quality peer-reviewed content relevant to those involved in global health, including policy makers, funders, researchers, clinicians and frontline healthcare workers. The Journal covers all aspects of global health with particular interest in submissions that address the underfunded area of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Research across all study phases and designs is welcome, from study protocols to phase I trials to meta-analyses, including small or specialist studies. The editor welcomes opinionated discussions on controversial topics to stimulate debate.
Publishing frequency: Continuous
A peer-reviewed journal with a special focus on developing countries, giving it unrivalled global scope and authority. It aims to give public health policy and practice guidance based on the best evidence available, while encouraging closer links between scientific investigation and the art of helping populations to lead healthier lives.
Publishing frequency: Monthly
A peer-reviewed journal, the Pan American Journal of Public Health / Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública serves as an important vehicle for disseminating research findings from the countries of the Region in areas that relate to the Organization's purposes: to promote action and coordinate efforts directed toward health promotion in the countries of the Americas; to combat disease; to prolong life; and to stimulate people's physical, mental, and social development.
The journal publishes information of interest in the field of public health, especially as it relates to PAHO's technical cooperation programs, as well as news about the principles, actions, and achievements of the Organization and its Member Governments in improving health conditions and strengthening the health sector throughout the hemisphere.
Publishing frequency: Bi-monthly
An international peer-reviewed journal which has a vision to: publish public health research of good quality; contribute to the conceptual and methodological development of public health; contribute to global health issues; contribute to news and overviews of public health developments and health policy developments in the Nordic countries; reflect the multidisciplinarity of public health.
The journal is extremely useful for public health provisionals in many settings. Not only does it reflect the wide range of high quality research conducted in Scandinavian countries but frequently also reports on research in developing settings.
Publishing frequency: 8 issues a year