Change and Challenge

January 1976
American Journal of Public Health;Jan1976, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p15
Academic Journal
The article describes the changes in the January 1976 issue of the "American Journal of Public Health." As part of the changes, the journal will sport a new cover that is intended to attract more readers. Moreover, editorials will be based from articles published within the issue. The Public Health Briefs section will feature original reports of research and evaluation or accounts of public health projects. The editor claims that the said changes are based from readers' feedback of the journal's layout.


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