2018 Call for Papers
The Editorial Team are pleased to announce that we are currently inviting submissions for upcoming 2018 issues. Please see our submissions guidelines now to start your submission process. For further questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A new step in the reporting of community health research for community researchers, academics and health professionals. Health research and policy often operate outside the knowledge and influence of communities, using language and distance as deterrents to community participation. The articles published in the Journal of Indigenous Wellbeing are intended for readers and contributors who work and live both inside and outside the university research and health professional communities. While every community is unique, many communities share similar challenges. Through the journal, indigenous communities around the world can share their experience and knowledge and make the experiences of researchers, health professionals, and community members in other countries more generally available assists us all. For further details, please visit the Submissions page, or contact us at email@example.com
Articles should be no more than 5,000 words and relate to wellbeing research in indigenous communities. Articles may be sociological, psychological, medical, anthropological, experiential, methodological, qualitative or quantitative in nature. The intent is to include articles from community members, researchers, and health professionals which will be equally accessible to all readers. Papers by community members, graduate students and health professionals are welcome. The journal also publishes editorials, invited articles, timely review articles and critical commentaries. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The web-based publication will be available twice a year. Submissions are received year round however dates will be provided for inclusion in specific issues.
We have two copies of Maea te Toi Ora: Māori Health Transformations and one copy of Sleeps Standing Moetū (both reviewed in Volume 3, Issue 1) to give away.
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