CFS: Pedagogy in Health Promotion

Submit your manuscript to Pedagogy in Health Promotion


Pedagogy in Health Promotion: The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (PHP) advances pedagogy through contributions in areas such as curriculum and course/program design, assessment, and administration relevant to teaching and learning. The content of the journal is especially relevant to instructors or trainers who provide continuing professional education in the broad arena of health promotion and disease prevention. The quarterly journal welcomes works addressing the art and science of teaching and learning, and how it contributes to the formation and ongoing development of the health promotion professional working in any site and with a range of populations.

CFS: The Journal of School Nursing

Submit your paper to The Journal of School Nursing


Why publish in The Journal of School Nursing?

  • Rigorous peer review of your scholarly work
  • Rapid online publication
  • Article-level metrics provide indicators of online impact and reach
  • Affiliation with the National Association of School Nurses

The Journal of School Nursing (JOSN) provides a bimonthly, peer-reviewed forum for improving the health of school children and the community. The JOSN engages a broad range of clinicians, scholars and community leaders through scholarly articles, including original research, research reviews, evidenced-based innovations in clinical practice or policy, brief research reports and letters to the editor.

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Submit your manuscript to the Journal of Research in Nursing


Benefits of publishing in this journal include:

  • Rigorous peer review of your research
  • Indexing in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) and SCOPUS
  • High visibility for global exposure
  • Internationally respected journal Editors

The Journal of Research in Nursing (JRN) is a leading peer reviewed journal that blends good research with contemporary debates about policy and practice. JRN contributes knowledge to nursing practice, research and local, national and international health and social care policy. Each issue contains a variety of papers and review commentaries within a specific theme. The editors are advised and supported by a board of key academics, practitioners and policy makers of international standing.