Get Published in a Peer-Reviewed Journal!

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Public Health Review (PHR) is accepting submissions for its next issue NOW for Summer 2021!

Who: Anyone with a public health perspective—including students, alumni, and professionals—from any discipline or affiliation may submit content to PHR that focuses on a public health topic or issue. Common disciplines that intersect with Public Health include Sociology, Environmental Studies, Public Affairs, Economics, Education, Business, Psychology, Medicine, Nursing, Biological Sciences, and many more.

What: Research articles, literature reviews, analytical essays, opinion editorials, issue briefs, policy proposals, public health practice pieces, editor’s choice, and images. Graduate students can rework their previous assignments to comply with our submission guidelines.

How: Read the Submission Information and Policies on our website— https://pubs.lib.umn.edu/index.php/phr/index—then click “Submit Now”!

The Public Health Review

The Public Health Review is a graduate student-led, online, peer reviewed, open access public health journal that is published by the University of Minnesota Libraries. They publish three issues per year: in March, July, and November. They provide students, alumni, and professionals from any discipline or affiliation the opportunity to publish public health-related material in a peer-reviewed journal. The affiliation with the University of Minnesota Libraries publishing arm allows articles submitted through this platform to be indexed and cited by other scholarly work.

UMN MCH Professional Panel 


In 2015, the Maternal & Child Health Bureau’s (MCHB) Division of MCH Workforce Development (DMCHWD) established an ongoing vehicle for working collaboratively with trainees of the MCH Training Program through the Trainee Ambassador Group (TAG).


Funding provided by the Center for Leadership Education in Maternal and Child Public Health at the University of Minnesota and the University at Albany School of Public Health Maternal and Child Health Public Health Catalyst Program, which are supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This information or content and conclusions of related outreach products are those of the authors and should not be construed as the official position or policy of, nor should any endorsements be inferred by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.