This Journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
The Journal publishes applied research, policy and case studies dealing with community health education and its relationship to social change. The Journal stresses systematic application of social science and health education theory and methodology to public health problems and consumer-directed approaches to control of preventive and curative health services. Environmental and structural changes are emphasized and victim-blaming approaches are closely examined.
|David R. Buchanan, Dr. P.H.||University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA|
|David R. Buchanan, DrPH||University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA|
|Joshua Dada Adeniyi, PhD||African Regional Health Education Centre, University of Ibadan, Nigeria|
|Kwadwo (NANA) Bosompra, PhD||Canadian Institute of Health Research, Canada|
|William R. Brieger, MPH, PhD||John Hopkins University, USA|
|Richard A. Cash, MD, MPH||Harvard University, USA|
|Ted T.L. Chen, PhD, MPH||Tulane University, USA|
|Thomas W. Elwood, DrPH||Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, Washington, D.C., USA|
|Irene Figa-Talamanca, DrPH||Universita degli Studi di Roma, Roma, Italy|
|Willy F.M. de Haes, PhD||Rotterdam Municipal Health Department, Netherlands|
|M.E. Khan, PhD||The Population Council, New Delhi, India|
|Gerjo Kok, PhD||University of Limburg, Maastricht, Netherlands|
|R. Sandoval Marcondes, DrPH, MPH, MA||University of Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|Meredith Minkler, DrPH||University of California, Berkeley, USA|
|Patricia Dolan Mullen, DrPH||University of Texas, Houston, USA|
|Kathleen Parker, MA, MPH||Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia|
|Jayashree Ramakrishna, PhD, MPH||National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences, Bangalore, India|
|Priscilla Reddy, MPH, PhD||Population Health, Health Systems and Innovation (Phhsi), Cape Town, South Africa|
|Marilyn Rice||Pan American Health Organization, Washington D.C., USA|
|Ubaidur Rob, PhD||The Population Council, Dahka, Bangladesh|
|J.F. Tsai, MPH||Center for International Training, Taipei, Taiwan|
|Lawrence Wallack, DrPH||Portland State University, USA|
International Quarterly of Community Health Education - Instructions to Authors
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