Academics, Environmental Epidemiologists, Epidemiologists, General Practitioners, Industrial Hygienists, Nutritionists, Policy Makers, Public Health Professionals, Researchers
Perspectives in Public Health is a bi-monthly peer-reviewed journal. It is practice orientated and features current topics and opinions; news and views on current health issues; case studies; book reviews; letters to the Editor; as well as updates on the Society's work.
The journal also commissions articles for themed issues and publishes original peer-reviewed articles. Perspectives in Public Health's primary aim is to be an invaluable resource for the Society's members, who are health-promoting professionals from many disciplines, including environmental health, health protection, health and safety, food safety and nutrition, building and engineering, primary care, academia and government. In addition to members, Perspectives in Public Health targets practitioners and policy makers, researchers and academics.
For un-themed issues, the journal considers submissions on all aspects of public health across all disciplines, focusing firmly on the Society's mission 'Vision, Voice and Practice'. Typically these are: practice based, systematic reviews, digests of policy analysis with relevance to practitioners, implementation and/or evaluation of health protection and health promotion initiatives, economic analyses of health protection and health promotion initiatives.