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Call for papers pdf - Women in Global Health

Collection Title: Women in Global Health

Submission Deadline: 31 March 2017

Scope: Internationally, women are under-represented in senior levels of research, policy, education and advocacy. A recent survey of global health programs showed that while the majority of students were female, less than 25% of leadership roles were occupied by women. This special issue on Women in Global Health will bring together a collection of original research, perspectives, commentaries and blog articles that address some of the key questions underpinning this imbalance.

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Collection Title: Longitudinal Population-Based Studies

Submission Deadline: 31 March 2017

Scope: This special issue on longitudinal population-based studies will bring together a collection of original research,  perspectives, commentaries, brief reports, protocols, research resources and blog articles that explore experiences and  findings from population-based longitudinal initiatives to increase understanding of population health across the lifespan  and particularly in low- and middle income countries (LMICs).

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Collection Title: H3Africa and Genomics in Africa

Submission Deadline: 31 March 2017

Scope: This special collection of articles on H3Africa and Genomics in Africa is a unique opportunity to bring together a collection of original research, perspectives, commentaries, brief reports, protocols, research resources and blog articles to highlight the importance of genomic research in African populations as well as ethical considerations, good governance and potential impact on health and disease.

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