Advances in Global Health Journal
Advances in Global Health is a peer-reviewed, open access, research journal that is focused on advancing health equity throughout the world, and is committed to decolonizing and democratizing global health. Two-thirds of the Editorial Board is comprised of leading scientists from low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). The journal is dedicated to inclusivity and seeks to involve researchers from LMICs in all aspects of the journal, and specifically, encourages contributions from authors situated in these regions.
UC Global Health Institute and UC Press Announce Partnership to Launch Advances in Global Health
The University of California Global Health Institute is thrilled to announce a partnership with UC Press to develop a new transdisciplinary, open access journal, Advances in Global Health, that will showcase the latest research devoted to improving worldwide health outcomes. The founding editor-in-chief will be Dr. Craig Cohen, Professor in the UCSF Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences and Co-Director of the UC Global Health Institute (UCGHI). In the coming months, Dr. Cohen will be forming an international editorial team to lead the journal, which will be framed by addressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
“Advances in Global Health will create a platform to promote scientific discovery, debate and discourse that eventually leads to improved health around the world,” notes Editor-in-Chief Dr. Craig R. Cohen. “The Journal will encourage submission of a variety of scholarly article types including full length research articles, perspectives, commentaries and letters that address the complexities of global health.” Full UC Press blog.
Advances in Global Health is now open for submissions and particularly welcomes contributions from researchers in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). You can find more information on the type of articles solicited, here.