Call for Papers Special Issue The International Journal of Health Planning and Management Approximate Impact Factor: 1.21 International Public Health Focus on Public Health in Middle East and North Africa (MENA) & Middle Eastern Populations Editor –in-Chief, Professor Calum Paton, Keele University. United Kingdom | Guest Editor, Professor M. Z. Younis, Jackson State University, USA … Continue reading CFS: Public Health in Middle East & North Africa & Middle Eastern Populations
Month: March 2013
CFS: Ageing In’tl.
Call For papers: Ageing International Special Issue Chief Editor, Professor S. E. Levkoff, Harvard Medical School, USA | Executive Editor, Hongtu Chen, Ph.D. Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA | Guest Editor, Professor M. Z. Younis, Jackson State University, USA The purpose of the proposed special issue is to examine the issues … Continue reading CFS: Ageing In’tl.
CFP: How Did Nursing Become Science?
How Did Nursing Become Science? Proposed panel session at History of Science Society’s annual meeting, 21-24 November 2013, Boston, MA, USA http://www.hssonline.org/Meeting/ Emerging as a clinical practice in the mid-nineteenth century with the development of formal hospital apprentice programs and hospital diploma nursing programs, clinical nursing eventually shifted its education to college and university degree … Continue reading CFP: How Did Nursing Become Science?
CFS: Int’l Health Economics & Financing (J of Health Care Finance)
Call for Papers: Special Issue Journal of Health Care Finance “International Health Economics & Health Care Financing” Guest Editor, Professor M. Z. Younis, Jackson State University, Chief Editor, Jim Unland The purpose of the proposed special issue is to examine topics related to public health economics & finance from USA, Europe and the rest of … Continue reading CFS: Int’l Health Economics & Financing (J of Health Care Finance)
CFP: Reducing Disparities, Interprofessional Teams
Call for Presentations: Association for the Behavioral Sciences and Medical Education, The 43rd Anniversary Meeting, October 17-19, 2013, The Hotel Viking ● Newport, Rhode Island “Humanizing Health Care: Reducing Disparities through Interprofessional Teams”Submissions accepted February 19 – April 22, 2013 All submissions must be made online at http://www.absame.org The 2013 Meeting Theme: The future of … Continue reading CFP: Reducing Disparities, Interprofessional Teams
CFS: Med Humanitarianism (Soc Sci & Med)
CALL FOR PAPERS: SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE SPECIAL ISSUE Medical Humanitarianism: Culture, Health, and States of Emergency GUEST EDITORS: SHARON ABRAMOWITZ, CATHERINE PANTER-BRICK, MARY-JO GOOD, BYRON GOOD, and ARTHUR KLEINMAN ‘Medical humanitarianism’ - the delivery of health-related services by international non-governmental organizations - has a prominent international presence in contexts of violence, famine or natural … Continue reading CFS: Med Humanitarianism (Soc Sci & Med)
CFS: Yale J for Humanities in Medicine
Yale Journal for Humanities in Medicine welcomes submissions for publication from doctors, nurses, patients, family members, and others interested in the humanities and medicine. We welcome poetry, essays, and arts reviews with some flexibility in those categories. Please familiarize yourself with the journal and read the entirety of this page before submitting so that you … Continue reading CFS: Yale J for Humanities in Medicine
CFS: Comorbidity (Soc Sci & Med)
Call for Abstracts for a Special Issue of Social Science & Medicine COMORBIDITY Abstract deadline: 25 March, 2013 Guest co-editors: Lesley Jo Weaver, Emory University, and Ron Barrett, Macalester College Abstract of Special Issue: What are the boundaries and links between health conditions? Noncommunicable and infectious diseases tend to cluster and interact such that people experience … Continue reading CFS: Comorbidity (Soc Sci & Med)