PROCEEDINGS 130 – Linking Policy with Scientific Knowledge in Public Health
This Special Issue will be focused on scientific evidence of the causes of chronic disease, the preconditions for well-being, the costs and consequences of not funding public health programs adequately and the most efficacious models of delivering public health. “Scientific” will be interpreted broadly. The Special Issue will be focused on the evidence of what works and doesn’t work, drawn from the natural sciences, the biomedical sciences and the social sciences, including political science, economics and public administration. For more details as to scope and format, refer to the Guide to Authors – Public Health. For style, refer to the style guide on pages 3-34 of the 2021 Guide to Authors.
Citing articles in this volume
For determining precedence, papers are listed in sequence of acceptance.
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Comment on the theme is invited via pro forma. All commentary will be moderated. Commentary may be casual observations, or essays commencing a journey towards submission in due course for formal publication in Volume 130.
Three articles are undergoing peer review. More soon.
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