Aims and scope

 Archives of Public Health is a broad scope public health journal, dedicated to publishing all sound science in the field of public health. The journal aims to better the understanding of the health of populations. The journal contributes to public health knowledge, enhances the interaction between research, policy and practice and stimulates public health monitoring and indicator development. The journal considers submissions on health outcomes and their determinants, with clear statements about the public health and policy implications. Archives of Public Health welcomes methodological papers (e.g., on study design and bias), papers on health services research, health economics, community interventions, and epidemiological studies dealing with international comparisons, the determinants of inequality in health, and the environmental, behavioural, social, demographic and occupational correlates of health and diseases.

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Herman Van Oyen, Editor-in-Chief

Herman is currently Director of the Directorate Public Health and Surveillance of the Scientific Institute in Public Health in Brussels, Belgium. Additionally, he is Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Ghent. Professor Van Oyen first worked as a medical doctor in Haiti before going on to study public health, epidemiology and biostatistics at the Johns Hopkins Bloomburg School of Public Health where he completed a DrPH. His key research interests include epidemiological methods, survey methodology, health inequality and summary measures of population health. He is author of more than 100 scientific publications, books and book chapters.

Olivier Bruyère, Editor-in-Chief

Olivier is currently Associate Professor at the Department of Public Health, Epidemiology and Health Economics of the University of Liège in Belgium. He is co-director of the Clinical Testing Methodology Unit at the university. Dr Bruyère is a member of the Group for the Respect of Ethics and Excellence in Sciences (GREES) and he works as expert for the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and for the French Food Safety Agency (ANSES). His main field of interest is epidemiology and pharmacoepidemiology related to rheumatic conditions. Dr Bruyère is also Associate Editor for BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders and is author of more than 100 international scientific publications and book chapters.

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