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Aims and scope

The International Journal of Wellness and Public Health (IJWPH) is a global platform for researchers and practitioners dedicated to advancing public health knowledge. This interdisciplinary journal publishes comprehensive research articles covering various aspects of health and public health science, with a focus on promoting originality and excellence. IJWPH welcomes impactful articles in emerging areas such as Epidemiology, Non-Communicable diseases, Biostatistics, Well-being, Nutrition, Mental health, Infectious diseases, and more. By providing a diverse range of topics and fostering innovative research, the journal aims to meet the needs of the global community.

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Join the Editorial Board of International Journal of Wellness and Public Health! As our journal's impact grows, we're dedicated to upholding our rigorous editorial standards even as submissions increase. This is why we're actively seeking to enlarge our editorial team, and we invite passionate researchers from diverse subject backgrounds to apply.

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If you're intrigued by the prospect of becoming an Editorial Board Member for International Journal of Wellness and Public Health and if you meet the criteria of possessing a track record of at least 15 published research papers in reputable English-language peer-reviewed journals, recent corresponding authorship experience, and relevant expertise aligned with the journal's scope., kindly send your application to We eagerly await your response.

Spotlight On

Climate Change

Understanding the impact of climate change and exploring potential solutions to this global threat is more important than ever. Here we share recent highlights from the JWPH Series journals.

Supporting equity in academic publishing

If you're an author from low- and middle-income countries encountering hurdles in publishing your work, reach out to us via email for assistance in submitting your research to our platform.


  1. Authors: Background: Within a clinical setting, simulators offer students a safe environment in which to develop skills and gain experience under the guidance of their instructors, all without posing any risks to patients. This study aims to compare the impact of...

  2. Authors: ABSTRACT There exists a substantial body of empirical research examining the correlation between exposure to natural environments and one's health. In this narrative review, we delve into the robustness of recent (i.e., within the last ten years) experimental and observational...

  3. Authors: Climate change refers to long-term shifts in temperatures and weather patterns. Since the 1800s, human activities have been the main driver of climate change, primarily due to burning fossil fuels like coal, oil and gas. We are at a defining moment for...

  1. Authors: Andreas Metzner, Florian Straube, Roland R. Tilz, Malte Kuniss, Georg Noelker, Juergen Tebbenjohanns, Dietrich Andresen, Heinrich Wieneke, Christoph Stellbrink, Jennifer Franke, Uwe Dorwarth, Phuong Lien Carion, Reece Holbrook, Matthias Hochadel, Jochen Senges, Ellen Hoffmann…

    The Correction to this article has been published in JWPH Cardiovascular Disorders 2023 23:110