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Journal

The Harvard Public Health Review primarily publishes editions that focus on specific themes. Below are the most recent editions of the Journal: 24-33. Included are the Journal’s seven latest editions, 27-33, featuring issues addressing: 

  • Two additional editions on COVID-19 (27, 29)
  • Social Justice (30)
  • Disasters and Pandemics (31)
  • Surgery and Public Health (32)
  • Worker Health (33)

The Journal also has released another edition focused on general topics (28).  


HPHR
‘s back catalogue will be available in August 2021.  

Edition 33 - Worker Health

Authors discuss how social determinants and norms that employment policies impact worker health.

Edition 32 - Surgery & Public Health

Edition 32 addresses how surgery can advance issues of public health.

Edition 31 - Disasters & Pandemics

HPHR's authors examine how the social determinants of health can drive outcomes and response efforts during disasters and pandemics.

Edition 30 - Social Justice

HPHR's authors explore the intersections of public health and the social determinants of health, with a special focus on advocacy and social justice.

Edition 29 - COVID-19, III

Edition 29 – COVID-19

This edition marks the third and final in HPHR's initial series on COVID-19 pandemic.

Edition 28 - General Edition

Edition 28 – General

This general edition of the Journal explores a myriad of public health issues.

Edition 27 - COVID-19, II

Edition 27 – COVID-19

This edition marks the second in our series on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Edition 26 - COVID I

Edition 26 – COVID-19

This inaugural edition on to COVID-19 examines emerging matters of public policy, equity, and medical practice around the pandemic.

Edition 25 - Substance Use

HPHR's authors address pressing issues around the intersections of social justice, harm reduction, and public health.

Edition 24 - Youth & Public Health

Edition 24 – Youth

This inaugural edition on to COVID-19 examines emerging matters of public policy, equity, and medical practice around the pandemic.