American Research Journal of Public Health | ISSN-2639-3042

American Research Journal of Public Health is an international, peer-reviewed, open access online journal. Public Health promotes and protects the health of people and the communities where they live, learn, work and play. Public Health works to prevent sickness, promotes healthiness by encouraging healthy behaviors, conducting scientific research to educating about health, vaccinating children and adults to prevent the spread of disease, educating people about the risks of alcohol and tobacco, setting safety standards to protect workers and develops school nutrition programs, track disease outbreaks, prevent injuries, define laws that promote smoke-free indoor air and seat belts, spreading the word about ways to stay healthy and giving science-based solutions to problems.

This journal publishes research work on topics such as HIV/AIDS, Air Pollution and Respiratory Health, Insect-Borne Diseases, Health Disparities, Cancer Epidemiology, Global Health Systems, Chronic Diseases and Genomics, etc. The journal welcomes and publishes insightful Public Health related research articles in the form of original articles, review articles, case reports, short reviews, short notes etc.

Given below are some of the key (but not limited) topics of this journal.

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research 
  • Clinical research
  • Development and health
  • Epidemic Response
  • Frail elderly health
  • Genomics and health
  • Global environmental change and health
  • Health economics
  • Health policy and systems
  • Health policy, planning and strategy development
  • Health promotion
  • Health, human rights and development
  • Healthcare-associated infection epidemiology, prevention and control
  • HIV
  • Human resources management and development
  • Immunization
  • Infectious disease and health economic modeling 
  • Infectious diseases
  • Maternal, child and reproductive health
  • Migrant and refugee health
  • Migrant and refugee health research
  • Non-communicable diseases and control of risk factors, including Tobacco Control
  • Obesity, food, and physical activity
  • Observational epidemiology and data linkage
  • Prevention and management of chronic disease
  • Primary Health Care System Development
  • Public health implementation science
  • Public health in emergencies
  • Social and behavioral research
  • Social determinants of health
  • Traveller health research
  • Understanding and Intervening to Reduce Health Inequalities



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