The South African Health Review (SAHR), published annually by Health Systems Trust (HST) for 18 years, is an accredited peer-reviewed journal that is widely respected as an authoritative source of research, analysis and reflection on health systems.
The SAHR advances knowledge agenda-setting, production and sharing. Being published in the Review affords authors the opportunity to participate in and contribute to a recognised and established community of expertise which offers a South African perspective on prevailing local and international public health issues.
Concepts for chapter submissions should represent manuscripts that highlight critical commentary on current areas of significant interest or debate, and offer empirical understandings for improving South Africa’s health systems reform and application of health policy, focusing on innovative and good practice models.
Researchers, educators, students, policy-makers, planners, capacity-builders, managers and specialist practitioners in the field of health systems and related health development disciplines are invited to submit abstracts for the 2015/16 SAHR to email@example.com
Guidelines for authors can be downloaded here. Strict adherence to these guidelines is essential.
Submission of an abstract for the SAHR does not guarantee acceptance. All manuscripts will undergo systematic peer review according to documented standards.
Deadline for submission of abstracts:
30 November 2015
Deadline for full manuscripts:
29 February 2016
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