The owner of the journal is Turkish Society of Public Health Specialists. The Turkish Journal of Public Health (Turk J Public Health) is a peer reviewed, bilingual (English/Turkish) research journal published online three times a year and serving a broad audience in the field of public health and community medicine both nationally and internationally.
Turk J Public Health aims to provide a medium for the rapid communication of advances and new knowledge in this field. The editor anticipates receiving manuscripts from the following areas of research: Health policy and management, biostatistics, epidemiology, environmental health, health economics, demography, social sciences for health, health education, health promotion, , community nutrition, infectious diseases, disaster management, injuries, women's health, reproductive health, child health, chronic diseases, and occupational health.
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