The NSW Public Health Bulletin has entered a new phase in its evolution. It is now available as an online-only journal and has been renamed Public Health Research & Practice.
The journal has a new publisher, the Sax Institute, and remains supported by the NSW Ministry of Health.
Public Health Research & Practice will continue to be open access, peer reviewed and published quarterly. It aims to build on past strengths and will move forward with a sharpened focus on papers that describe cutting-edge research and programs that are relevant to your work.
It publishes innovative, high quality articles that are meaningful to, and have an impact on, the field of public health. In doing this, the journal aims to support knowledge-driven policies and services, and promote strong connections between research, policy and practice.
Public Health Research & Practice is guided by an expert Editorial Board chaired by Professor Don Nutbeam and including Professor Bruce Armstrong, Professor Adrian Bauman, Professor Sandra Eades, Professor Mark Harris, Associate Professor Andrew Hayen, Associate Professor Bette Liu, Dr Jeremy McAnulty, Dr Andrew Milat, Dr Jo Mitchell, Associate Professor Lucie Rychetnik, Professor Wayne Smith, Mr Bob Wells, and Professor Andrew Wilson.
To receive your free quarterly email alerts to each issue of Public Health Research & Practice, please subscribe via the journal's website.
The NSW Public Health Bulletin archive can be found on this site, along with subject and author indexes for the 24 years the journal was published under this title by the NSW Ministry of Health.