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HPHR Journal Submission Deadline Extended to June 27!

The HPHR Journal (formerly known as the Harvard Public Health Review) welcomes submissions that speak to the publication’s mission and vision and address timely public health issues within an evidence-based and health equity framework. HPHR has released new calls for submissions. The deadline for all is June 27, 2022.  

Edition 49 – Lesbian HealthEdition 50 – Substance UseEdition 51 – Men's Health
Edition 52 – The Health of Women and GirlsEdition 53 – Human Rights and Public HealthEdition 54 – Public Health Policy
Edition 55 – Religion as a Social Determinant of Public HealthEdition 56 – Public Health and IncarcerationEdition 57 – Indigenous Health
Edition 58 – Human TraffickingEdition 59 – Gun ViolenceEdition 60 – Humor and Public Helath
Edition 61 – Smoking and VapingEdition 62 – Mental HealthEdition 64 – Body Image
Edition 65 – Terrorism and State Surveillance

The HPHR Journal (formerly known as the Harvard Public Health Review) welcomes submissions that speak to the publication’s mission and vision and address timely public health issues within an evidence-based and health equity framework. HPHR has released new calls for submissions. The deadline for all is June 24, 2022.  


Submissions MUST be submitted through our online portal using the appropriate submission template, available here.
 

Members of The Boston Congress of Public Health receive 1 FREE submission and 1 FREE publication with HPHR Journal. Apply here. June

HPHR Journal Invites Submissions for Special Edition Anthology on Mental Health Until July 15, 2022

HPHR Journal (formerly Harvard Public Health Review) announces a call for submissions for an upcoming anthology of written works focusing on disparities and inequities in mental health experienced by the following marginalized groups: racial/ethnic, gender, sexual orientation, age, migrant status and socioeconomic status. It will be made up of essays and other evidence-based pieces, like policy memos, creative works, quotes, and more about mental health. Each category about a marginalized group will contain three essays or evidence-based pieces and two creative works. Of the three essays, at least one will be entirely focused on policy or solutions.

 

Authors may contribute to different categories, as follows: 

Submission guidelines for the anthology can be viewed and downloaded here: 

Key Insight of the Week

HPHR Journal invites authors to record an HPHR Author Insight, which providers readers a brief overview of their research. Links to  articles that include an HPHR Author Insight are available on from the home page, and a new Key Insight video is featured each week.


In this HPHR Author Insight is from Sarah Diaz, one of the authors of The Role of Public Health in the Rule of Law: The Cautionary Tale of Title 42 Expulsions, which appeared in Edition 30 of HPHR

HPHR Fellows Interview Dr. Anthony S. Fauci

HPHR Fellows Ryan Sutherland and Javaid Iqbal recently met with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Chief Medical Advisor to the President and Director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).

The Humor Scientist: Ep3 Now Available

Watch the third episode of The Humor Scientist with Matt Kazam, on HPHR.org. In this episode, “Work and The Great Resignation,” Matt explores whether humor can improve workplace culture.