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Recently Published Articles
Scoping Review and Expert Reflections: Coronavirus Disease 2019 – Preparedness and Response in Selected Countries of East Africa, West Africa, and Southeast Asia
Targeting Bacterial Biofilms Using Probiotics and Medicinal Plant Taraxacum Officinale (Dandelion) Extract: A Comparative Study
Alcohol Consumption Patterns and Associated Risk Behaviors in Three Ethnic Groups of Malaysian Millennials
Coronavirus Disease-2019 Response–Global Public Health Professionals Supporting Collaborative, Official, Organized Actions in Local Communities
In the Early Stages of Coronavirus Disease-2019: What It is, What Precautions to Take, and Why Social Distancing is Necessary
Public Health, Population Health, Population Health Management, and Describing a Role for Data Analytics: Ideas for Health System Administrators
The Relationship between Socioeconomic Status and Adherence to Antihypertensive Treatment Regimen in a Metropolitan Community Sample of Hypertensive African Americans in New York
U.S. Veteran Population Projections, 2015 through 2040: Implications for Health Planning and Monitoring Population Health Outcomes
Epidemiological Profile of Hypertension, and Its Determinants Amongst Adult Patients in Cameroon: A Hospital-Based Study
Burnout and Resilience in Psychiatric Hospital Care-givers: A Cross-Sectional Study Using Mediation and Path Analyses
Patients’ Satisfaction with the Quality of Provided Services for Management of Hypertension in Public Primary Health Care Facilities, Sharg-Alneel Locality, Khartoum State, Sudan
Identifying Children Potentially at Risk of Abuse at the Emergency Setting: A Qualitative Study on Healthcare Professionals
Medical Research from Realism to Abstractism: “Everything we Call Real is Made of Things we cannot Call Real” (Niels Bohr, 1885-1962)
Consumer Perceptions of Peanuts and Peanut Allergy: The EuroPrevall Results of Focus Groups in Poland
Compliance and Microbial Findings Among Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Health Care Workers in a Tertiary Hospital in Sudan: Pre- and Post-Intervention Study
The Role of Familismo and Acculturation as Moderators of the Association Between Family Conflict and Substance Abuse on Latino Adult Males
Implementation of Value Stream Mapping for Waste Elimination in Public Sectors: A Case Study at Emam Sajjad Clinic, Rasht, Iran
Economic Evidence Regarding Alcohol Price Elasticities and Price Responses by Heavy Drinkers, Binge Drinkers, and Alcohol-Related Harms: Summary of Results for Meta-Analysis, Systematic Reviews, and Natural Experiments in Alcohol Policy
Urban Policies and Health In Developing Countries: The Case of Maputo (Mozambique) and Cochabamba (Bolivia)
An Integrated Approach to Management of Food Allergy – Recommendations for Consumers and Professionals
Is a Total Ban on Business and Consumption of Bushmeat a Sustainable End Game for Ebola Outbreak in West Africa: But Why Now?
Micropropagation Live Pharmacy for Chronic Non-Communicable Diseases Program: The Construction of a New Model Organic Food Production and Medical Plants in Urban Farms
About the Journal
Public Health – Open Journal aims at discussing issues related to health systems, faced on both global and individual levels and its widespread implementation.
Public Health aims at preventing diseases, epidemics, prolonging human life and promoting health through individuals, organizations, government entities, and communities as a whole.
Openventio aims to focus on all the detailed matters related to public health and to gather information from all the authors and diverse sources in a uniform way through our well-designed open access portal.
Aims and Scope
Public Health – Open Journal aims to classify different issues pertaining to public health systems around the world and analyze the latest developments in policies on micro and macro levels.
PHOJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below:
- Risk management
- Education plans
- Environmental monitoring and analysis
- Public health policies
- Road accidents and safety regulations
- Public health research
- Health programs
- Outbreaks and subsequent containment
- Public health safety
- Communicable disease outbreak and prevention
Submissions for this journal are accepted from fundamental research to detailed public health plans.
The audience of PHOJ includes surgeons, physicians, pharmacists, registered nurses, pharmaceutical manufacturers, adjunct healthcare professionals, housekeepers, policy makers, volunteers, practitioners, social workers, students of various universities and general communities from different parts of the world.
The journal welcomes all types of articles such as original research, review, case-report, mini-review, editorial, short-communication, book review, opinion, commentary, letter to the editor, conference proceedings, technical report, errata, illustrations, etc.
We are open to receive comments or corrections from experts to improve the quality of our journal.