Preventing Chronic Disease
Updated November 22, 2023
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There's only a few days left to submit your manuscript for publication consideration in our upcoming collection on data modernization. Find all the details on our website's "Announcements" page and submit by November 30.
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- Excess Burden of Poverty and Hypertension, by Race and Ethnicity, on the Prevalence of Cardiovascular Disease
- Prostate Cancer Screening and Strategies, Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, 2012–2020
- Building Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Capacity: Resources to Promote Best Practices Among Professionals in Scholarly Publishing
- State-Specific Prevalence of Adult Tobacco Product Use and Cigarette Smoking Cessation Behaviors, United States, 2018–2019
- Another Year of Successes for PCD: Impact Factor, Collections, New Student Committee, Dr Lynne Wilcox Paper of the Year, and 2024 Calls for Papers
- Suboptimal Intake of Fruits and Vegetables in Nine Selected Countries of the World Health Organization European Region
Manuscripts for these collections may be submitted at any time; however, each collection has its own final submission date. Accepted manuscripts are published on a rolling basis in the order in which they are received.
- Call for Papers: Comorbidity Causes, Health Implications, and Multisystem Approaches to Treatment and Care
- Call for Papers: Advancing Chronic Disease Data Modernization Enhancements to Meet Current and Future Public Health Challenges
- Call for Papers: Public Health Nurse-Led Research, Practice, and Education in Disease Prevention and Control
- Call for Papers: PCD 2024 Student Paper Contest