The European Journal of Public Health is an opportunity for European Public Health Researchers to showcase their research and ensure that it reaches out to the wider community. MAPHM as a full member of the European Public Health Association is regularly updated with the latest issues and today we would like to invite you to review the latest issues of the journal
1) What’s the Journal all about?
The European Journal of Public Health is described as being “a multidisciplinary journal in the field of public health, publishing contributions from social medicine, epidemiology, health services research, management, ethics and law, health economics, social sciences, and environmental health.” and it even focuses on creating a community “for discussion and debate of current international public health issues with a focus on the European region.”
The Journal is also a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics and their editor-in-chief is the highly experienced Peter Alleback from Karolinska Institutet, one of the world’s foremost medical universities.
2) How about the Impact Factor?
We’re delighted and proud to note that throughout the past decade, the journal has gradually increased its reputation and relevance among the Public Health Community and we’re hopeful that in the next 5 years we will note an even further increase and interest as the burden of chronic disease increases worldwide
Impact Factor Ranking from 2006 to 2016 – European Journal of Public Health – See the interactive graph here
Another interesting table that we’ve noted was the change in ranking across the different journals which are exhibited in the following table, where the journal has had a significant improvement specifically with journals related Public, Environmental and Occupational Health.
|Year||SI: Public, Environmental & Occupational Health||SSI: Public, Environmental & Occupational Health|
|2003||45 out of 89||15 out of 56|
|2004||58 out of 93||26 out of 59|
|2005||63 out of 99||30 out of 63|
|2006||59 out of 98||31 out of 66|
|2007||38 out of 100||15 out of 70|
|2008||38 out of 105||15 out of 76|
|2009||41 out of 122||16 out of 95|
|2010||45 out of 140||22 out of 114|
|2011||33 out of 157||10 out of 131|
|2012||38 out of 158||18 out of 136|
|2013||49 out of 160||23 out of 136|
|2014||44 out of 162||20 out of 145|
|2015||38 out of 172||18 out of 153|
|2016||54 out of 176||28 out of 157|
The information above was taken from the About Page of the Journal which acquired this data from the Journal Citation Reports, published annually as part of the Science Citation Index(SI) and Social Science Citation Index(SSCI) by ISI.
3) How do I submit my Publication to the EJPH?
The full set of instructions is available here. Furthermore, if you submit an abstract to the upcoming European Public Health Conference and get accepted, then you will have a publication with the EJPH. We would be very happy to see our MAPHM Members and Public Health Professionals submitting their publication in such a prestigious journal.
4) How can I read the journal?
You can either acquire access directly, look up the journal entries on your University Database(University of Malta students should have full access through HyDI) or else if you have MAPHM membership you can reach out to our Secretary General who will start the process for you to have access to the Journal.
5) BONUS: What else do they do?
- E-Collections – these are curated by EUPHA section Presidents, these themed e-collections gather together papers published in European Journal of Public Health providing an evidence-base for each topic. Each collection also includes an extended introduction.
- Editor’s Choice – The editor gets to choose their favourite articles – check out the latest list here
- Supplements – The Journal Team which works very closely with the European Public Health Association issues a number of supplements, usually linked to the specific conferences. In fact the latest supplement from the 10th European Public Health Conference which took place in Stockholm is available here
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