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Health Education

Health Education

ISSN: 0965-4283

This journal is a Hybrid Open Access journal
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CiteScore 2020: 2.0
CiteScoreTracker 2021: 1.4 (Updated Monthly)

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European Educational Research Association publications.

 Aims and Scope

Health Education is a leading journal which reflects the best of modern thinking about health education.

The journal aims to publish high-quality research and critical debate, encompassing the broad range of health education approaches operating at individual, community, organisational and societal levels.  We encourage international contributions and papers written from academic researchers and practitioners.   The journal seeks to foster contributions from a range of methodological perspectives, we encourage qualitive and quantitative studies; mixed method research; and evidence reviews and synthesis.  Theoretical and discursive papers are also welcomed, but contact with the Editor-in-Chief should be sought in advance.

Health Education offers stimulating and incisive coverage of current debates, concerns, interventions, and initiatives, and provides a wealth of evidence, research, information, and ideas to inform and inspire those in both the theory and practice of health education. Health Education plays a crucial role in the development of a healthy, inclusive, and equitable social, psychological, and physical environment.

Typical areas of interest include: 

·         Health education in the digital age

·         Health education in settings – schools, universities, workplaces, prisons

·         Social marketing approaches

·         Mental, emotional and social health and wellbeing

·         Sex and relationships education, including gender and LGBTQ issues

·         Drug and substance education

·         Health professionals as educators

·         Bullying and harassment in schools, the workplace, online

·         Health communication

 Health Education is abstracted and indexed in:

Australian Education Index, Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstracts (ASSIA), BFI (Denmark), British Library, British Nursing Index, CAB Abstracts (CABI Publishing), Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities in Education, CINAHL, Current Index to Journals in Education, Contents Pages in Education, Educational Research Abstracts online, Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), EMCare, Global Health (CABI Publishing), Human Health (EHLT), OCLC, PsycINFO (American Psychological Association), Publishing in Academic Journals in Education, Social Care Online and Technology Research Database (CSA), The Publication Forum (Finland)

Health Education is ranked by:

Scopus and Emerging Sources Citation Index (Clarivate Analytics)

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