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International Journal of Men's Health

Title Abbreviation
Int J Mens Health
Electronic ISSN
Therapeutic Area
Epidemiologists, General Practitioners, Nurses, Physicians, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Public Health Professionals, Sexologists, Social Workers, Urologists
The International Journal of Men’s Health (IJMH) publishes peer-reviewed papers addressing all aspects of men’s health. Multidisciplinary, multicultural, empirical, theoretical, applied, and historical contributions, as well as critical reviews and studies that analyze innovative intervention strategies will be encouraged. Original qualitative studies will be given high priority. IJMH is intended for teachers, students and professionals involved in the behavioral and social sciences, health sciences, medicine, and public health, and scholars whose interest in or research examines men’s health issues in the broadest sense. Thus, epidemiologists, health educators, medical anthropologists, nurses and physicians, psychologists and psychiatrists, public health workers, social workers, and sociologists will find the International Journal of Men’s Health a valuable resource for advancing their knowledge about men’s health concerns and gender-specific health care.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Men's Studies Press, LLC
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