Public Health Practice Brief
The article is of interest to PCD readers.
The article fits the mission of the journal to address the interface between applied public health research and practice in chronic disease prevention.
A valid point is raised.
The author’s point of view is supported by evidence.
References are cited to support the author’s argument.
Citations are up-to-date and relevant.
The article is written clearly and concisely and is free of jargon.
The article is well organized.
Any figures, photographs, illustrations, art work, or other supporting graphics are relevant to the topic, well constructed, easy to comprehend, and visually appealing.
The unstructured abstract has no more than 150 words.
The text has no more than 2,000 words.
No more than 15 references are provided.
The article contains no more than 2 tables, 2 figures, or 1 table and 1 figure.
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