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Call for papers: Beyond disciplinary silos: Intersectoral collaboration for One Health implementation

Submission Status: Open until 23 December 2024
We are calling for submissions to our Collection guest edited by Dr Mauricio J.C. Coppo and Dr Angeline Ferdinand.

Call for papers: Health inequalities and meeting the needs of sexual and gender minority groups

Submission Status: Open until 31 March 2025
We are calling for submissions to our Collection guest edited by Dr Amal Khanolkar.

Call for papers: Digital interventions, services, and applications for reducing global health gaps in disadvantaged populations

Submission Status: Open until 20 September 2024
We are calling for submissions to our Collection guest edited by Dr Dustin S. Gibson and Dr Binyam Tilahun.

Call for papers: Evolving implementation science concepts and methods in low- and middle-income countries

Submission Status: Open until 19 December 2024
We are calling for submissions to our Collection guest edited by Dr Olakunle Alonge and Dr Phyllis Dako-Gyeke.

Identifying people with tuberculosis and linking to care: finding the missing millions

Read the editorial and explore all the content in our collection guest-edited by Rachael Burke and Finn McQuaid.

Join us as an Editorial Board Member

We are recruiting Editorial Board Members with expertise across all areas of our scope to join us at BMC Global and Public Health. Reach out and apply.

  1. Authors: Rhoda K. Wanyenze, Tobias Alfvén, Rawlance Ndejjo, Nina Viberg, Karin Båge, Charles Batte, Daniel Helldén, Helena Lindgren, Roy William Mayega, Grace Ndeezi, Stefan Swartling Peterson, Barnabas Nawangwe and Ole Petter Ottersen

  2. Authors: C. Wendy Spearman, Monique I. Andersson, Bisi Bright, Pantong M. Davwar, Hailemichael Desalegn, Alice Nanelin Guingane, Asgeir Johannessen, Kenneth Kabagambe, Maud Lemoine, Philippa C. Matthews, Gibril Ndow, Nicholas Riches, Yusuke Shimakawa, Roger Sombié, Alexander J. Stockdale, Jantjie J. Taljaard…

Meet our Editorial Board Members and Guest Editors

Read our launch editorial and these Q&As with 4 members from our editorial board and with our guest editors for a collection on identifying people with tuberculosis and linking to care:

Introducing BMC Global and Public Health

Meet the editorial board members: Angeline Ferdinand and Michael Murray

Meet the editorial board members: Stephanie Lo and Robert Paulino-Ramírez

Identifying people with tuberculosis and linking to care: finding the missing millions — meet the guest editors

Aims and scope

BMC Global and Public Health publishes impactful research, key advances and expert opinion in all areas of global and public health. The journal aims to promote health and well-being, to advance health equity and policy making, and to connect and support the global and public health communities around the world. Areas of interest of the journal include disease epidemiology, population health, health equity, environmental and occupational health, health policy, reproductive, maternal and child health, oral health, mental health and social determinants of health. In order to engage the communities in open discussion, the journal publishes a unique set of high-impact content including Research, Systematic Reviews, Registered Reports, as well as Reviews, Comments, Forums, Perspectives and Matters Arising.

Call for Papers

Advances in sexual and gender-based violence prevention at institutions of higher education
Submission Status: Open until 21 June 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Mercilene Machisa and Dr Jennifer Wagman.

Implementation of cancer strategies in primary care: Addressing global disparities
Submission Status: Open until 15 August 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Tanimola Martins and Dr Suzanne Scott.

Addressing public health concerns in incarceration and community corrections
Submission Status: Open until 2 September 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Ingrid Binswanger and Dr Charlie Brooker.

Making health care more accessible, acceptable, and sustainable to migrants and refugees
Submission Status: Open until 7 September 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Wen Chen.

Epidemiology of travel-related and tropical infectious diseases
Submission Status: Open until 7 September 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Shanti Narayanasamy and Dr Asma Sohail.

Health financing to advance universal health coverage and health equity – challenges and novel approaches
Submission Status: Open until 15 September 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Samir Garg and Dr Chaw-Yin Myint.

Epidemiology of neglected tropical diseases
Submission Status: Open until 20 September 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Michael Marks and Dr Rachel Pullan.

Digital interventions, services, and applications for reducing global health gaps in disadvantaged populations
Submission Status: Open until 20 September 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Dustin S. Gibson and Dr Binyam Tilahun.

Evolving implementation science concepts and methods in low- and middle-income countries
Submission Status: Open until 19 December 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Olakunle Alonge and Dr Phyllis Dako-Gyeke.

Beyond disciplinary silos: Intersectoral collaboration for One Health implementation
Submission Status: Open until 23 December 2024
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Mauricio J.C. Coppo and Dr Angeline Ferdinand.

Improving maternal health in underserved populations
Submission Status: Open until 6 January 2025
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Tamar Kabakian-Khasholian, Dr Alfred Osoti, Dr Brittney van de Water, and Dr Joshua P. Vogel.

Loneliness and social isolation: public health concerns in an aging world
Submission Status: Open until 11 March 2025
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Xinyi Zhu.

Health inequalities and meeting the needs of sexual and gender minority groups
Submission Status: Open until 31 March 2025
Submit to our Collection guest edited by Dr Amal Khanolkar.

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Peer Review Taxonomy

This journal is participating in a pilot of NISO/STM's Working Group on Peer Review Taxonomy, to identify and standardize definitions and terminology in peer review practices in order to make the peer review process for articles and journals more transparent. Further information on the pilot is available here

The following summary describes the peer review process for this journal:

  • Identity transparency: Single anonymized
  • Reviewer interacts with: Editor
  • Review information published: Review reports. Reviewer identities reviewer opt in. Author/reviewer communication

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