- Impact Factor: 1.713
- Indexing: Science Citation Index Expanded® and Medline
- Endorsed by the Men's Health Network
- Article Processing Charge (APC) of $950 USD is payable upon acceptance
The American Journal of Men's Health (AJMH) is a core resource for cutting-edge information on a variety of men's health issues and illnesses (research, clinical, and theoretical articles). It publishes papers from all health, behavioral and social disciplines, including but not limited to medicine, nursing, allied health, public health, health psychology/behavioral medicine, and medical sociology and anthropology.
Visit the Aims and Scope page for information on the target audience, article types, and topics of interest.
- Submit your manuscript at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/ajmh
- Please read the Submission Guidelines (PDF) before submitting your manuscript
Why Publish Open Access with AJMH
- Visibility and Impact: Anyone anywhere in the world can read, use and cite your research
- Rigorous Standards: Double-blind peer review policy
- Flexibility: No page limits or page charges, and authors can publish full data sets, figures, tables, etc
- Copyright: Authors retain copyright under a Creative Commons License
The American Journal of Men's Health (AJMH) is a core resource for cutting-edge information on a variety of men's health issues and illnesses. It publishes papers from all health, behavioral and social disciplines, including but not limited to medicine, nursing, allied health, public health, health psychology/behavioral medicine, and medical sociology and anthropology.
Physicians, nurses, social workers, public health professionals, mental health professionals, patient educators, anthropologists, policy analysts, health care administrators, researchers, basic scientists, pharmacists, and kinesiologists.
Editorials; letters to the editor; original articles (research, clinical, or theoretical); research briefs; health policy/legislative updates; ethical debates; evidence-based, best practice, or clinical practice guideline original articles or summaries; case reports; book reviews; announcements of upcoming events/conferences; and commercial advertisements. Submissions for which a manuscript type is not specified will be decided by the Editor.
Topics of Interest
The Editor invites manuscripts written in a physical, social, psychological, cultural, political and/or historical context that include the following topics of interest but are not limited to:
- Male specific diseases and health conditions
- Male health issues related to the morbidity and mortality statistics in men
- Biological, psychological, behavioral and sociocultural issues that impact the determinants of men's health
- Health promotion, prevention and lifestyle
- Sexual, reproductive and responsible male family planning
- Health issues of special male populations such as incarcerated men, homeless men, homosexual men, and minorities
- Health care system issues impacting men's health
- Growth, development and socialization issues
- Masculinity and the social constructions of masculinity
- Healthy aging
- Mental health
View (PDF) more details on these topics
View a selection of the latest papers published in AJMH
|Demetrius J. Porche, DNS, PhD, APRN, FACHE, FAANP, FAAN||LSU Health New Orleans, School of Nursing|
|David Bell, MD, MPH||Columbia University Medical Center|
|Jean Bonhomme, MD, MPH||National Black Men's Health Network|
|Phillip Brantley, PhD||Pennington Biomedical Research Center|
|Shaun M. Burns, PhD||University of Toronto|
|Ekta Choudhary, PhD, MPH, MS||National Center for Environmental Health|
|James Cummings, MD||University of Missouri, School of Medicine|
|Kenneth Goldberg, MD||The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center|
|Derrick M. Gordon, Ph.D||Yale University, School of Medicine|
|Jonathan D. Green, PhD||VA Boston Healthcare System – Research Service|
|Perry N. Halkitis, PhD, MS, MPH||College of Global Public Health, Steinhardt School, and Langone School of Medicine, New York University|
|Joel J. Heidelbaugh, MD||University of Michigan Medical School, Ypsilanti Health Center|
|T. Hugh Jones, MD||Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, United Kingdom|
|Jason Kovac, MD||Men's Health Center, Urology of Indiana|
|Dimitri P. Mikhailidis, BSc, MSc, MD, FACB, FFPM, FRCP, FRCPath||Royal Free and University College Medical School, UK|
|Judd W. Moul, MD, FACS||Duke University Medical Center|
|S. Lee Ridner, PhD, ARNP||University of Louisville, School of Nursing|
|Steve Robertson, PhD||Leeds Beckett University, Center for Men's Health|
|Robert Tan, MD, MBA, CPE, CMD||University of Texas Health Science Center|
|Joel Kevin Thompson, PhD||University of South Florida, USA|
|Roland J. Thorpe, Jr., PhD||Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health|
|Henrie M. Treadwell PhD||Morehouse School of Medicine|
|Scott W. Yates, MD, MBA, MS||North Texas Medical Research, Center for Executive Medicine|
|Ana Fadich, MPH, CHES||Men's Health Network|
Please review the full AJMH Guidelines before submitting a manuscript to the journal.
Download the complete Author Guidelines for AJMH.
The mission of the American Journal of Men's Health is to provide a forum through which the multidisciplinary community of scholars disseminate the state of science regarding men's health issues focusing on the concept of "health" to improve men's health status, improve men's quality of life, and reduce disparities. The aim of the Journal is to disseminate peer-reviewed empirical research and theoretical information that is emerging in multiple disciplines such as anthropology, sociology, history, psychology, medicine, nursing, allied health, and public health that significantly impacts men’s health status. Secondary aims are to create a multidisciplinary network of scholars engaged in various aspects of men’s health.
The goal of AJMH is to publish articles that are relevant to men's health. Our readers are clinicians, researchers, educators, scholars, and theorist from multiple disciplines. Authors who have questions about the appropriateness of a manuscript for publication in this journal are encouraged to communicate with the Editor prior to submission.
The American Journal of Men’s Health is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics.
Submissions are handled online through the AJMH SAGE Track site. Please visit http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/AJMH to begin the submission process.
There is no charge for submitting a paper to AJMH. For each accepted manuscript, you will be charged a one-time Article Processing Charge (APC). This fee covers the cost of publication and ensures that your article will be freely open to all worldwide.
An introductory Article Processing Charge (APC) of $950, discounted from the full rate of $1,900, is available for a limited time. The APC is payable upon acceptance.