JPHMP Direct Writing Guidelines

JPHMP Direct Writing Guidelines

About JPHMP Direct

JPHMP Direct is the companion site of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice . We highlight the latest research in public health management and practice, profile public health professionals, provide expert commentaries on topical public health issues, and develop resources for authors and students. Our Audience

We publish public health practice and research news, profiles and interviews, commentaries, and other content related to an audience interested in evidence-based public health practice. (See more about our audience below). Our Contributors

We invite JPHMP authors, editorial board members, public health practitioners, academics and students of schools of public health programs, and other public health experts to contribute relevant work that adheres to our guidelines. Queries

We do not accept unsolicited submissions. However, we may extend an invitation to submit if you query us first by summarizing the objective and key takeaways of your piece in no more than 150 words.

We have no interest in paid promotional content, so please do not query us unless you are interested in writing an original article on a public health topic aimed at an audience of public health professionals , outlined elsewhere on this page.

Send us your query via our contact page. Due to the volume of queries, we will only respond to authors the editors wish to invite to submit. If you do not hear from us within 10-12 days, it is safe to assume your query is not a good fit with us. Please do not email for editors’ comments. We regret that we are unable to provide responses to every query we receive. Review

All submissions, invited or otherwise, must be approved by the editors of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. It is the sole discretion of the editors to accept, reject, or recommend revisions before publication on our site. Submitting your work means you agree to these terms. Copyright

Contributors retain copyright of their work and may republish elsewhere at their discretion; however, we do request acknowledgement (with a link, if possible) that the work originally appeared on our site. Credits for Source Materials

Contributors are responsible for acquiring copyright permissions to use any written material, photos, tables, charts, video, audio, and other intellectual property that isn’t their own, which is used in work appearing on our site. Citations, links, and all other intellectual property requirements must be properly credited to appropriate sources. Perspectives

The views expressed on JPHMP Direct are not necessarily the views of the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice , its publisher, editors, staff, contributors, partners, or affiliates. JPHMP Direct seeks to offer a wide range of perspectives, opinions, and voices from all human experiences, regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, physical ability, political, religious, ethnic, cultural, or other identifiers. Opinions & Viewpoint Diversity

We support viewpoint diversity as defined and explained in this post by Dr. Sandro Galea. However, our editors reserve the right to refuse […]

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