We are happy to announce the publication of the October issue of the International Journal of Public Health!
After publishing a special issue on Health of Ethnic Minorities, IJPH continues to refelct on the subject by publishing another special issue entitled “Migrants and ethnic minorities in Europe: new challenges for public health research and practice”. Thirteen Original Articles bring together research on migrant and ethnic minority health from at least 10 different countries! The issue is introduced with an Editorial by Marleen Foets, an expert in ethnic differences in health and health care use.
Extra bonus: Two of the articles are available with open access, which means free of charge! Just follow the links: Food perceptions in terms of health among Norwegian-Pakistani women participating in a culturally adapted intervention and Regional socioeconomic indicators and ethnicity as predictors of regional infant mortality rate in Slovakia
And to keep up to date, don’t forget to check our online first articles here!
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