World Journal of Public Health

Special Issue

Health Dynamics

  • Submission Deadline: 10 January 2020
  • Status: Submission Closed
  • Lead Guest Editor: Edna Anab
About This Special Issue
Health Dynamics special issue, is a multi-disciplinary open access international journal publishing scientific research work from a range of public health related disciplines including epidemiology of diseases, prevention of diseases, biomedical research and health systems strengthening. It focuses on the various public health dynamics that influence health, with the perspective from epidemiology of disease control and evaluate systems to strengthen health management. It is devoted to the publication of contributions in all fields of experimental and applied researches of health sciences. Given the paucity of research in various public health, the journal seeks original contributing to information on the lest researched areas of public health such as mental health and laboratory medicine. Contributions in the form of research articles/ manuscripts, reviews, editorials, opinions/ views, poster presentations, case studies and short communications are considered for publication. It aims at overcoming current barriers in research and publication, promoting consistency in pursuing relevant themes, and supporting finding dissemination and translation into practice. This will be of interest to medical practitioners, health communication specialists, clinical educators, nurse practitioners, caregivers, other health care professionals involved in the care of patients and health policy makers.
The Health Dynamics issue topics include: Communicable/ non- communicable disease, Epidemiology, Health Systems Strengthening, Medical Biochemistry, Management issues, Health Outcomes, Nursing, Mental Health/ Psychiatry, HIV/AIDS, Health Promotion and Public Health.
The journal strives to provide the most current research in the field of public health and those of public health concern.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Epidemiology
  2. Health Systems Strengthening
  3. Laboratory Medicine
  4. Nursing
  5. Mental Health
Lead Guest Editor
  • Edna Anab

    Faculty of Public Health, Maseno University, Nairobi, Kenya

Guest Editors
  • Sila Omondi

    Faculty of Public Health, Maseno University, Nairobi, Kenya

  • Dr. David Masinde

    Faculty of Public Health, Maseno University, Kisumu, Kenya

  • Jacqueline A. Wastephen

    Faculty of Health, The Academic Model Providing Access to Health Care, Eldoret, Kenya

  • Victoria Chepkemoi

    Faculty of Health Communication, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya

  • Dr. Catherine Mwendwa

    Faculty of Nursing , Mount Kenya University, Nairobi, Kenya

  • Dr. Agatha Atieno

    Faculty of Nutrition, Maseno University, Kisumu, Kenya