by improving education and training
of public health professionals
for both practice and research
PUBLIC HEALTH REVIEWS
Public Health Reviews (PHR) is an open access public health journal dedicated to promoting public health knowledge and practice, which places a special emphasis on the integration of state of the art knowledge and translational issues, interdisciplinary approaches, innovations, and emerging public health issues.
Published and current thematic issues include:
The New Public Health
Public Health Education
Mental Health as a Public Health Issue
Public Health Ethics Training in the European Region
Contemporary Issues in Screening
Minority and Migrant Health
Climate Change and Health
Expanding the Public Health Workforce
Maternal and Child Health in the Sustainable Development Goal Era
The Journal strives to be agenda setting, reviewing evidence based policy and best practices with recommendations for the advancement of the field of public health in Europe and around the world. The journal’s audience includes researchers, students, public health professionals, and policy makers.
Editor-in-Chief: Laurent Chambaud
Deputy Editors: Theodore Herzl Tulchinsky and Fred Paccaud
Managing Editor: Lore Leighton
Public Health Reviews is published on behalf of ASPHER.