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Scandinavian Journal of Public Health - new Editor in Chief!
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The Scandinavian Journal of Public Health is an international forum of Nordic as well as international public health research and policy. This peer-reviewed journal will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in academia, government and health care working in the fields of social medicine, epidemiology, public health, health services research and preventive medicine
"The Public Health system in the Nordic countries is well known worldwide and the wealth of population based health registers provides unique research opportunities. Readers with an interest in public health systems and population based epidemiology should turn to the Scandinavian Journal of Public Health to keep track on what research is done and what research can be done." Jorn Olsen, Professor and Chair, Dept of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, UCLA, Los Angeles
"The Scandinavian Journal of Public Health is extremely useful for public health provisionals in many settings. Not only does it reflect the wide range of high quality research conducted in Scandinavian countries but frequently also reports on research in developing settings. The editorials often provide key discussion points for teaching public health and the in-depth insights of the supplements frequently address cutting edge issues in current public health thinking." Professor Krisela Steyn, Department of Medicine, University of Cape Town, South Africa.
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