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The first edition of the Healthy Populations Journal is out now!
The inaugural issue of the Healthy Populations Journal (HPJ) is published!
HPJ is a multi-faculty, student led, open access, peer-reviewed journal housed at the Healthy Populations Institute (HPI) at Dalhousie University. The goal of the journal is to identify and disseminate research and knowledge which mobilizes evidence to improve population health and health equity globally. The journal will produce two issues each year.
The first edition is an initiative supporting the Dalhousie Crossroads Interdisciplinary Health Research Conference, which would normally run in March but has been postponed because of the pandemic.
With leadership from Co-Editors in Chief Christie Stilwell & Justine Dol, and Managing Editor Sara Brushett, this entirely student-run publication is a reminder of the incredible work that is happening in the field of population health.
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