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Journal Editor

Natalie Pafitis, BMC

Assistant Editors

Megan Barling, BMC

Maxine Dillon, BMC

John Feigelson, BMC

NEW COLLECTION Call for content: Food security and food systems

BMC Public Health has launched a new collection in support of Sustainable Development Goal 2 which welcomes submissions that contribute to our understanding towards achieving the provision of access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to all people. For more information on the collection and Guest Editors read here.

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Supporting SDG3: Good Health and Well-Being

BMC Public Health is committed to playing a role in advancing progress towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including SDG3, by supporting researchers in disseminating their related work and showcasing this to assist policy-makers, governments and humanitarian organizations in making research-backed decisions to advance the international well-being agenda.

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Call for content: Air pollution and health

BMC Public Health is excited to launch a new collection which aims to bring together research on the health impacts of household and ambient air pollution and attributed deaths. For more information on the collection and Guest Editors read here.

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Lessons from the field: Confronting the challenges of health research in humanitarian crises

A collection of articles published across Conflict and Health and BMC Public Health commissioned by the Fogarty International Center of the U.S. National Institutes of Health features analyses of the experiences of teams conducting research in the context of different humanitarian crises.

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Supporting equity in academic publishing

New Content ItemAt BMC, we strive to be inclusive and provide equal opportunities to authors based in low- and middle-income countries who might face challenges in publishing their work. Follow us here for guidance on submitting your research to the BMC Series and get in touch with feedback on what else we can do to help move to a more equitable publishing system.

Articles

Aims and scope

BMC Public Health is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on the epidemiology of disease and the understanding of all aspects of public health. The journal has a special focus on the social determinants of health, the environmental, behavioral, and occupational correlates of health and disease, and the impact of health policies, practices and interventions on the community.

The journal welcomes submissions in these broad areas of public health research:

Biostatistics and methods
Chronic disease epidemiology
Dental public health
Digital health
Disaster and emergency preparedness and response
Education and training in public health
Environmental health
Global health and human rights
Health behavior and health promotion
Health communication
Health economics and outcomes research
Health policies, systems and management
Infectious disease epidemiology
Injury and violence prevention
Maternal and child health
Mental health
Nutritional health and epidemiology
Occupational health
Physical activity and health
Public health informatics
Social determinants of health

To read the full scope of the journal, click here. 

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BMC Public Health is recruiting new Editorial Board Members

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BMC Series Focus Issues

April: Our Changing Environment

In preparation for Earth Day on 22nd April, the BMC Series presents a focus issue on Our Changing Environment, highlighting research from across the journals on climate change, conservation, pollution, and the impact of environmental changes on human health and disease.

March: Rare diseases

With the 28th of February marking World Rare Diseases day, the BMC Series this month looks at highlighting research on the Rare diseases that together affect around 10% of the population. Read the full collection of articles here.

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