Call for Submissions * Due August 7, 2017
The Harvard Public Health Review (HPHR) invites submissions to its Summer 2017 edition on “Public Policy and Public Health”. Evidence-based commentaries/op-eds concerning current/emerging political and policy trends in the US and abroad are highly encouraged. Questions to consider: What impacts have these trends had/will have on public health practice? On immigration, health insurance access, etc.? Are certain populations more at risk? Students and faculty throughout Harvard, as well as the general public, are invited to submit.
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Our vision is to be recognized as a premier publication that transcends the traditional boundaries of academia to enrich discourse around issues of public health.
The mission of the Harvard Public Health Review (HPHR) is to improve health at the local, national, and international levels. To that end, HPHR will publish content grounded in thoughtful evaluation of evidence and research that addresses issues of health equity.
HPHR seeks content that:
- Spurs thoughtful and substantive discussion of challenging public health issues
- Fosters collaboration and diversity across disciplines
- Integrates ideas and methods
- Investigates biological, psychosocial, and environmental determinants of health
- Translates knowledge into action
- Impacts program and policy decisions and health practices
- Supports work that advances health equity
Board of Editors
Circe J. Gray Le Compte (@Cressycat)
Robert Blendon, Sc.D.
Richard L. Menschel Professor, Harvard University
Andrew S. Boozary, M.D., M.P.P., S.M. Founding Editor, Harvard Public Health Review
Andre Picard, The Globe and Mail
Ichiro Kawachi, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Social Epidemiology, Chair of Harvard Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Director, Program on Human Rights in Development, Harvard University
John McDonough, Ph.D.
Harvard Professor of the Practice of Public Health, Director of the Center for Public Health Leadership
Associate Dean for Educational Programs, Harvard School of Public Health
Michael VanRooyen, M.D., MPH
Director, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Professor of Medicine, Harvard University
The following sections provide detailed information about the submission process.
While HPHR will be accepting submissions throughout Summer and Fall 2016, its next publication date currently is set for Fall 2017.
General Contributor Information
HPHR invites submissions from students and faculty across academic disciplines, as well as from members of the general public that speak to the publication’s mission and vision and elucidate pertinent and timely public health issues within an evidence-based and health equity framework. To ensure a dynamic showcase for contributors’ diverse research interests, talents, and creativity. HPHR’s seeks a range of materials. Complete details about submission requirements are available here.
Materials are accepted anytime through HPHR’s online form or e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Themes will be announced quarterly with special calls-for-contributions released in response to pressing public health issues. In general, submissions will be reviewed within 6-8 weeks of submission. Materials submitted in response to special calls-for-contributions will be reviewed in 4-6 weeks.
The HPHR editorial team may contact accepted contributors to provide a personal photograph and brief biography. Authors retain rights to their work.
Contributors who have questions about the submission process should contact the HPHR editorial team at email@example.com.
Please note that this is a student publication of Harvard University’s Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The opinions expressed are not necessarily those of Harvard University and/or Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, as well as its students, faculty, or staff.click to Download full Submission Guidelines