About Health Behavior and Policy Review
Health Behav Policy Rev a rigorously peer-reviewed scholarly publication that seeks manuscripts on health behavior or policy topics that represent original research, including papers that examine the development, advocacy, implementation, or evaluation of policies around specific health issues. Its scope is international with particular interest in reporting on priority health topics identified by the World Health Organization and priority objectives identified in the US publication Healthy People 2030.
History of the Journal
Paris Scholar Publishing Ltd was established in 2013 and began publishing Health Behavior and Policy Review bimonthly with the January-February 2014 issue. Co-founders included Elbert D. Glover, PhD, FAAHB, FASHA, Penny N. Glover, MEd, CCRC, and Robert J. McDermott, PhD, FAAHB, FASHA. Dr. Elbert and Penny Glover sold their interests in Paris Scholar Publishing (PSP) Ltd and its publications in 2019 to Dr. Annie Lu Nguyen, who assumed the role of majority owner and Executive Editor. PSP Ltd follows best practices of the Committee on Publication Ethics and the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors, including all principles of transparency.
Health Behavior and Policy Review serves as a forum for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers. Its scope is international with particular interest in reporting on priority health topics identified by the World Health Organization and priority objectives identified in the US blueprint for health, Healthy People 2030. Aside from serving as an important forum for public health information and communication, its goal is to be an effective educational and dissemination tool for researchers and other scholars, practitioners, other public health leaders, and students of health behavior and policy.
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Elbert D. Glover, PhD, FAAHB, FASHA
Penny N. Glover, MEd, CCRC
Robert J. McDermott, PhD, FAAHB, FASHA
Annie L. Nguyen, PhD, MPH
We typically publish work by researchers and practitioners in the areas of public health, health behavior, health education, social behavioral sciences, and health policy. Students and emerging scholars are encouraged to submit their work.
What We Publish
We publish empirical research that employ quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods. Systematic, meta-analytic, or state-of-the-art reviews that include, but are not limited to, comprehensive examinations of the literature in conjunction with doctoral dissertations, grant applications, or other active research endeavors are encouraged. We especially welcome papers that tie together health behavior and policy recommendations.