Health Promotion Practice
Health Promotion Practice is a forum for authoritative research, commentary, practical tools and promising practices that strategically advance the art and science of health promotion and disease prevention.
Unique in its practitioner focus, HPP is committed to eliminating health disparities, achieving health equity, addressing social determinants of health, and advancing evidence-based health promotion practice.
What is anti-racism in health promotion practice? Evidence, action and emerging voices advancing equity and justice
Abstracts due May 1, 2021
2020 brought urgent attention and renewed resolve to issues of equity and justice, particularly systemic racism. HPPs editorial leadership is committed to contributing to this historic moment by bringing forward examples of community-engaged projects, reflections, and scholarships that offer tools, language, insights, and lessons learned for dismantling racism and centering equity. The focus is anti-racism practice in all areas of health promotion, with a particular interest in community resistance, power, and transformation.
Please follow the journal’s submission guidelines, noting in the cover letter that you are responding to HPP’s call for manuscripts.
All submitted manuscripts will undergo standard peer review by the HPP editors and peer referees, as defined by HPP policy. Questions can be directed to editorial manager Jeanine Robitaille at email@example.com.
Our lane in the COVID-19 Pandemic: HPP editorial board member experiences and perspectives from around the world.
- COVID19 in Puerto Rico and more evidence of colonialism as a social determinant of health
- Public health’s call to action
- Taking action in our communities: a perspective from Peru
- Teaching the health education specialists of the future through a computer
- Schools are the path forward for ending COVID19 inequities in our communities
- COVID-19 in The Land of Enchantment
- The “We are all in this Together” post-COVID-19 public health world
- Rural equals resilience – A new reputation or just a better understanding?
- Privileging equity during a pandemic
- Pivoting in leadership during a public health crisis: When change is thrust upon us
HPP’s special collection on the lessons learned from health promotion in indigenous communities.
The new collection of eight papers focus on lessons learned from health promotion in indigenous communities in the United States and Canada.
Featured reading list for faculty, students and practitioners
Easy to access articles on:
- Needs Assessment
- Program Planning and Design
- Program Implementation
- Program Evaluation
- Program Planning and Evaluation Classics
- Full reading list
This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics.
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Editor-in-Chief: Kathleen Roe, DrPH, MPH
Editorial Manager: Jeanine Robitaille, MS, CHES®
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Health Promotion Practice seeks to curate a body of salient manuscripts that explore the current state and future directions of photovoice. Of particular interest are manuscripts that demonstrate the use of photovoice as a vehicle for illuminating issues of concern, promoting health equity, advocating for social justice, and advancing efforts…