Submissions are welcome from students, faculty, and community members across public heath disciplines. Submissions must elucidate pertinent and timely public health issues within an evidence-based and health equity framework.
Manuscript/media submissions must include a cover letter. Be sure to read through and follow the guidelines for cover letters and submissions detailed in the templates and on this page.
Note: Submissions that do not conform to these guidelines will not be considered for publication.
Click the submission type button below to download the appropriate template:
Note: Templates provide instructions on how to prepare your cover letter and manuscript/media submission.
Submissions must conform to the following:
HPHR requires non-discriminatory language to be used at all times. Defamatory language of any kind directed toward persons and/or institutions is not permitted. This includes any and all terms that commonly considered sexist, heterosexist, racist, homophobic, transphobic, and xenophobic.
Figures should be configured as follows:
Tables should be created in Word and configured as follows:
Images and other media that are not part of figures may be submitted as follows:
References: All references must be prepared and submitted according to the American Medical Association (AMA) Style Guide. (Visit the AMA Manual of Style online: amamanualofstyle.com; download a guide here or here: tinyurl.com/AMAGuide-HPHRprep).
AMA uses endnotes with superscript Arabic numerals outside periods and commas, but inside colons and semicolons.
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In the endnotes, the reference will appear as follows:
Authors are highly encouraged to utilize automated citations tools such as Zotero or Mendeley, which are free and user-friendly open-source reference software management systems. See the Submission Templates for sample references.
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