Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly will share his faith journey at this year's CCIH Conference at Johns Hopkins University in July. Learn more and Register here
The Journal seeks to publish evidence-based and thoughtful discussion related to Christian approaches to global health care and promotion throughout the world. The broad scope of the journal will allow input on various aspects of Global Health and facilitate broad based learning and sharing within an academic framework for practical application.
All articles should cover topics relevant to Christian policy and practice in global health. Articles should be creative, reflect new insight, and be written clearly so that implications can be clearly identified for policy, practice, or further research.
We seek methodologically sound research and evaluations, as well as information about projects and studies in development or in process. Some articles undergo a peer review process to give professional and valuable feedback, and to ensure quality.
Author guidelines describe the process of research, writing and article submission.
See our current Call for Papers. Submisions of any subject within the scope of the journal are always welcome any time. If you wish to discuss a proposed article or research project with the editors before submission, please e-mail the Managing Editor.
CALL FOR PAPERS
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