The Hawaii Journal of Medicine & Public Health
The Hawaii Journal of Medicine & Public Health (HJMPH) is a collaborative initiative of the Hawaii State Department of Health, University of Hawaii Office of Public Health Studies, University of Hawaii John A. Burns School of Medicine, and University Clinical, Education & Research Associates. The journal was formed in January 2012 as a merger of the Hawaii Journal of Public Health and the Hawaii Medical Journal. SEEO provides ongoing fiscal and editorial support to the journal.
HJMPH is well-poised to cover the full spectrum of health-related topics in Hawaii and the Pacific, from community-based prevention and health promotion efforts through state of the art treatment and care-giving, and is in alignment with a growing trend towards the integration of clinical and public health practice.
The monthly journal is fully indexed in PubMed Central, and articles published will be accessible to researchers and public health practitioners worldwide at no cost.
To access the current volume, or to subscribe to the journal, please visit the journal’s website.
Public health professionals, researchers, medical and allied health professionals are encouraged to submit articles on health-related topics in Hawaii and the Pacific to HJMPH. To view the instructions to authors, please click here.
For organizational subscriptions and other inquiries, please contact the journal’s subscription manager.
To access the archive of the Hawaii Journal of Public Health (2008-2011), please click here.