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To celebrate the launch of AJPM Focus and highlight its important aim of increasing inclusivity in people, methods, and outcomes in preventive medicine and public health, we invite submissions reflecting these themes for two special issues in 2022. Read more.
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AJPMFocus is the official open access journal of the Association for Prevention Teaching and Research and the American College of Preventive Medicine. The aim of this journal is to serve as the academic open access repository for high-quality prevention evidence across the global spectrum of health. The journal's scope spans all aspects of public health and preventive medicine practice, teaching, and research, including: community medicine, community health, and global health; assessment, policy development, and assurance; health promotion, health protection, and disease prevention; population medicine, population health, and population health management, such as health systems and services delivery; and clinical preventive medicine, integrative medicine, and lifestyle medicine. More
Meet the Editor
Yuri Tertilus Jadotte, MD, PhD, MPH, FACPM Stony Brook University Renaissance School of Medicine, Stony Brook, New York, United States of America @YuriJadotte
Dr. Yuri Jadotte is a preventive medicine physician and social scientist with more than 10 years of experience in academic publishing, in the areas of prevention research and evidence synthesis methodology, such as systematic review and meta-analysis. Dr. Jadotte holds an MD from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, a PhD in Urban Health from Rutgers University-Newark and NJIT, and an MPH from Stony Brook University.
AJPM Focusenvisions a world where preventive medicine and public health teaching, research, and practice are grounded in the principle of inclusivity in people, methods, and outcomes. To this end, the journal welcomes scholarship that addresses prevention issues across the global spectrum of health from a diverse pool of stakeholders.