Preventing Chronic Disease
Updated December 8, 2022
PCD is pleased to release its collection, Global Responses to Prevent, Manage, and Control Cardiovascular Disease, featuring peer-reviewed papers generated from authors around the world.
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There's only one week left to submit a manuscript for consideration in PCD's upcoming collection on sleep and chronic disease. Learn more and submit by December 15.
- PCD Reflections on Progress and Successes Achieved in 2022
- Global Responses to Prevent, Manage, and Control Cardiovascular Diseases
- Implementation and Evaluation of a Collaborative, Pharmacy-Based Hepatitis C and HIV Screening Program
- Building Noncommunicable Disease Workforce Capacity Through Field Epidemiology Training Programs: Experience From India, 2018–2021
- Rapid Evaluations of Telehealth Strategies to Address Hypertension: A Mixed-Methods Exploration at Two US Health Systems During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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: PCD 2023 Student Paper Contest
- Call for Papers: Advancing Chronic Disease Data Modernization Enhancements to Meet Current and Future Public Health Challenges
- Call for Papers: Tools and Techniques to Effectively and Suitably Conduct Program Evaluation
- Call for Papers: Implementing and Sustaining Policy, Systems, and Environmental (PSE) Approaches to Support Healthy Behaviors in Diverse Settings
- Public Health, Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, and Pharmacy: Combating Racism Through Research, Training, Practice, and Public Health Policies
- Sleep Deprivation, Sleep Disorders, and Chronic Disease