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Frontiers announces launch of new open-access journal, Frontiers in Public Health
Date:3/21/2013

Frontiers, one of the world's fastest-growing Open Access publishers and among the largest social networking platforms for researchers, announces the launch of a new journal, Frontiers in Public Health.

Frontiers in Public Health will publish high quality, rigorously peer-reviewed articles on the most outstanding discoveries and leading thoughts across the entire research spectrum of Public Health.

On the Frontiers interactive web platform, diverse and emerging research areas will come together to empower the public health community to steer research, policy, debate and intervention toward the future, with a range of open research and communication tools.

Frontiers recently announced a strategic partnership with Nature Publishing Group, to bring its publishing model for interactive peer review and open science communication to the field of public and global health. Frontiers in Public Health will join Frontiers' other highly successful journals in medicine and the life sciences, including such widely read titles as Frontiers in Neuroscience.

Frontiers in Public Health is now open for submissions! Initial sections, with more to follow, include:

  • Frontiers in Child Health and Human Development (Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick)
  • Frontiers in Epidemiology (Editor-in-Chief: Jimmy Efird)
  • Frontiers in Public Health Education and Promotion (Editors-in-Chief: Connie Evashwick and Marcia Ory)
  • Frontiers in Diabetes (Editor-in-Chief: Aaron Vinik)
  • Frontiers in HIV/AIDS (Editor-in-Chief: Frank Miedema)
  • Frontiers in Immunotherapies and Vaccines (Editor-in-Chief: Jean-Luc Teillaud)

Frontiers' real-time and interactive peer review enables fast, fair and constructive review of a range of article types. With an average of three months from submission to final decision for a paper, articles are published quickly, under the Cr
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Contact: Gozde Zorlu
gozde.zorlu@frontiersin.org
Frontiers
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