Minority and Migrant Health

New article collection exploring the current health status of minority and migrant populations in selected countries. Intervention successes and failures are highlighted and recommendations are made for future needed approaches.


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Aims and scope

Public Health Reviews (PHR) is an open access public health journal dedicated to promoting public health knowledge and practice, which places a special emphasis on the integration of state of the art knowledge and translational issues, interdisciplinary approaches, innovations, and emerging public health issues. Guest Editors will initiate and conduct theme issues approved by the Editorial Board.

Published themes include:

• The New Public Health
• Public Health Education
• Ageing Societies
• Mental Health as a Public Health Issue

Future themes:

• Public Health Ethics
• Climate Change and Health
• Maternal and Child Health

Archival Content

An electronic archive of content published in Public Health Reviews between 2010 and 2014 can be found at the former journal website: www.publichealthreviews.eu

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