The Journal of Environmental Health Research is a peer-reviewed journal published online.
The Journal publishes original research papers, review articles, literature reviews, commentaries on technical and professional matters, book reviews, workshop/conference reports and short communications covering the diverse range of topics that impinge on public and environmental health. These Include: occupational health and safety, environmental protection, health promotion, housing and health, public health and epidemiology, environmental health education, food safety, environmental health management and policy, environmental health law and practice, sustainability and methodological issues arising from the design and conduct of studies.
A special category of paper – the ‘first-author, firstpaper’ – is designed to help build capacity in environmental health publications by encouraging and assisting new authors to publish their work in peer-reviewed journals. Here the author will be given active assistance by the editors in making amendments to his or her manuscript before submission for peer review.
The Journal provides a communications link between the diverse research communities (academics, students, practitioners and managers) in the field of public and environmental health and aims to promote research and knowledge awareness of practice-based issues. Beyond this it aims to highlight the importance of continuing research into environmental health issues.
Items for publication, letters and comments on the content of the Journal and suggestions for book reviews should be sent to the editors, by email, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details regarding the preparation and submission of papers are available on the‘Notes for Authors’ page.
Listing on the Directory of On-line Journals
JEHR is listed, and searchable alongside other quality controlled journals on the DOAJ database and available at www.doaj.org.