CELEBRATING OVER 100 YEARS OF PUBLISHING
One of the 100 Most Influential Journals in Biology & Medicine over the last 100 Years as voted by SLA, the American Journal of Public Health publishes current, in-depth public health information. Selected as a core journal by the Public Health/Health Administration section of the Medical Library Association, AJPH is the publication health organizations depend on for authoritative editorials, thought-provoking commentary, and timely health policy analysis.
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AJPH Photo Contest
Aug. 15-Sept. 15
Ready, steady, snap. The #AJPHPhotoContest is back! The latest round of Instagram photo contest is focused “Disasters Happen. Prepare now. Learn How." Show us your best three pictures that communicate how your community is affected by disasters, how it's preparing and how it's helping others. Your photo could be featured in APHA’s American Journal of Public Health! (And you’ll help raise awareness about being ready for disasters, which ties into National Preparedness Month in September.) Submit your original photo via Instagram with the hashtag #AJPHPhotoContest and tag @americanpublichealth. The deadline is Saturday, Sept. 15.
Take a look behind the scenes at AJPH with Editor-in-Chief Alfredo Morabia, MD, MPH: