About this Special Issue
The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the need to achieve the 17 SDG’s. More than ever before, there is a risk of an increasing gap in health and well-being between those who have and those who do not with the latter falling behind the SDGs. The pandemic provides also further proof that health and well-being depend on all dimensions of societies – health and well-being are part of all SDG’s!
IJPH invites high quality Original Articles that put health and well-being in the context of the U.N. sustainable development goals (SDGs)
If you would like to submit a Review or Policy Brief, please consider Public Health Reviews
The Swiss School of Public Health (SSPH+) – the owner of IJPH and PHR - is an academic guest of the postponed EXPO 2020 taking place January 2022 in Dubai. With this Call, the two journals of the SSPH+ bring the voice of public health sciences to the EXPO2020. All papers approved for publication will enter a competition for a Best Article Award in each journal.
WIN A BEST ARTICLE - AWARD RULES
The Editors of the Call will pre-select 3-4 accepted articles for the online voting. The voting period will be announced on the journal websites in November 2021. Reviewers and Editors of this Call, the IJPH and PHR editors and the SSPH+ and ASPHER audience to vote anonymously for best article based on the title and final Abstract. The first authors of the winning articles will be invited to one of the SSPH+ online events featured during the ”Health and Well-being in all SDGs” week at EXPO2020 (Jan 2022). In addition, the APC’s of the two winner articles will be waived. First and senior authors will get an APC voucher to publish an Editorial in IJPH or PHR during 2022.
Issue Editors: Suzanne Suggs, Amirhossein Takian, Nino Künzli
Submission due dates:
Abstract: by 20 April 2021
Invited manuscripts: by 16 July 2021
Details and award competition rules
Contact: Anke Berger, Managing Editor PHR, email@example.com
We look forward to your submission!
Keywords: sustainable development goals, sustainable development, COVID-19, SDGs, Public Health