Wednesday, September 26, 2012

[EQ] Preventive Medicine Call for Population Health Intervention Research Papers

Preventive Medicine Call for Population Health Intervention Research Papers


Preventive Medicine in collaboration with Guest Editors Mark Petticrew, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Louise Potvin, Université de Montréal, invite researchers to submit papers on population health intervention research for a themed section of the journal.

This themed issue is co-sponsored by Preventive Medicine and the CIHR Institute of Population and Public Health, through the Population Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada

A working definition of Population Health Intervention Research (PHIR) is:
 “…the use of scientific methods to produce knowledge about policy, program, and resource distribution approaches that operate within or outside of the health sector and have the potential to impact health at the population level.

This themed issue will feature conceptual and theoretical papers about the foundations of PHIR, systematic and realist reviews of literature on population health interventions and related processes/outcomes, and research articles describing the processes and/or results of population health intervention studies using a range of research designs and methods.

We also encourage submissions involving multiple jurisdictions, sectors, disciplines, and communities in high, middle- and low-income countries.

The deadline for submissions is November 30, 2012.


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