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Journal of Primary Prevention


Title Abbreviation
J Prim Prev
ISSN
0278-095X
Electronic ISSN
1573-6547
Readership
Environmental Epidemiologists, Epidemiologists, Mental Health Administrators, Mental Health Evaluators, Public Health Professionals, Social Scientists, Social Workers
Scope
The Journal of Primary Prevention publishes manuscripts that address the prevention of high risk behaviors, the reduction of associated problems and harms, and the promotion and maintenance of healthy functioning and psychosocial wellness. We publish a wide spectrum of studies that include the epidemiology and determinants of high risk behavior and environments, as well as the development, evaluation, translation, sustainability, and costs and benefits of preventive interventions. Specific types of papers published in the journal include original research, research methods and practice, brief reports, and literature reviews. The selection of articles for publication is based on their contribution to the field of prevention, clarity of presentation, adequacy of research methodology, and significance of research findings.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Springer Netherlands
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