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Use a PCD Cover to Personalize Your Published Work

Announcement posted 06/2/16

A PDF cover page is now available for PCD authors. The cover is available for PDF download on the PCD website. Customize the cover by adding your article’s title to the text field and save for printing and digital sharing. Download Cover [PDF – 94 KB]

 

PCD  Releases 2015 Year in Review

Announcement posted 04/29/16

The 2015 Year in Review is now available. The Year in Review provides an overview of PCD's accomplishments for the year 2015. Our success would not be possible without the cooperation of the many dedicated individuals who engage in activities that improve the health and well-being of communities around the globe. We extend our heartfelt thanks to all who have contributed to PCD's success and will remain committed to bringing their experiences and perspectives together to advance the fields of chronic disease prevention and health promotion. PCD 2015 Year in Review. [PDF – 3 MB]

 

PCD  Articles Now Feature Altmetric Scores

Announcement posted 03/31/16

Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD) is excited to announce that we are now using Altmetric for Publishers to measure article impact. This month, you’ll see the Altmetric badge at the top of PCD articles. This tool tracks and scores a range of sources, including social media, media exposure, blogs, and author impact to capture and collate conversations surrounding scholarly content. The score is a calculated, weighted count of all of the attention an article has received based on volume, sources, and authors. By clicking on the article’s Altmetric badge, you can visit the Altmetric Details Page for the article and see the mentions and references that have contributed to the score. We are excited to offer this new feature.

 


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