What is Public Health?
Public Health is an international, multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal, published by Elsevier. It is one of the world’s oldest public health journals, having been in continuous publication since 1888.
Public Health publishes original research papers, reviews and short communications on all aspects of the science, philosophy and practice of public health and is published twelve times a year.
It is aimed at all public health practitioners and researchers and those who manage or contribute to public health services, programmes and systems, and has an International Editorial Board made up of a distinguished panel of public health experts from around the world.
Online access to current and past issues of Public Health is one of the many benefits available to Fellow members of RSPH.
Log in to RSPH first, then click the button (below) to access the Latest Issue of Public Health:
- 2020 Impact Factor: 2.427
- 2020 5 Year Impact Factor: 2.805
Explore the types of research we regularly publish:
- Defining health and health inequalities. G. McCartney, F. Popham, R. McMaster, A. Cumbers. July 2019 (Volume 172, pp. 22-30)
- Social determinants and lifestyles: integrating environmental and public health perspectives. H. Graham, P.C.L. White. December 2016 (Volume 141, pp. 270-278)
- How do mobile health applications support behaviour changes? A scoping review of the mobile health applications relating to physical activity and eating behaviours. O. Aromatario, A. Van Hoye, A. Vuillemin, A.-M. Foucaut, C. Crozet, J. Pommier, L. Cambon (Volume 175, pp. 8-18)
- Health needs and access to health care: the case of Syrian refugees in Turkey. R. Assi, S. Özger-Ilhan, M.N. Ilhan (Volume 172, pp. 146-152)
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