Global Health: Science and Practice Journal

Global Health: Science and Practice Journal

Global Health: Science and Practice is a new open-access, peer-reviewed online journal, that launched on March 26, 2013. The journal aims to improve health practice, especially in low- and middle-income countries by covering a wide range of global health topics, diverse programming models, and cross-cutting issues that impact and support health systems. Our goal is to reach people who design, implement, manage, evaluate, and otherwise support health programs. We are especially interested in advancing knowledge on how programs are implemented, and encourage those implementing programs in the field to share their research and experience with the global health community.

Global Health: Science & Practice

Global Health: Science and Practice 

The journal covers all global health topics, including:

  • Child Health
  • Communicable and Emerging Diseases
  • Disaster Preparedness and Response
  • Environmental Health
  • Family Planning/Reproductive Health
  • Gender
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Malaria
  • Maternal Health
  • Neglected Tropical Diseases
  • Non-Communicable Diseases/Injuries
  • Nutrition
  • Tuberculosis
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Youth

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are a few ways to get involved through the journal website at www.ghspjournal.org:

  • Submit a Manuscript: Global Health: Science and Practice is now accepting submissions. Read the Instructions for Authors and submit your manuscript.
  • Become a Reviewer: As a peer-reviewed journal, Global Health: Science and Practice needs peer reviewers! Email reviewer@ghspjournal.org if you are interested in reviewing manuscripts.
  • Subscribe to AlertsSign up to be notified when a new GHSP article or issue is published online or when articles on a certain topic are published. 

The journal is co-published by USAID and the K4Health Project in collaboration with George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services. The Editors-in-Chief are Dr. James D. Shelton and Ronald J. Waldman.