Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine is a leading journal in its field, publishing rigorously peer-reviewed research across four major specialties of PET and SPECT, radiopharmacy, radionuclide therapy, and dosimetry and radiation safety, supported by an outstanding Editorial Board of international researchers.
This multidisciplinary open-access journal is at the forefront of disseminating and communicating scientific knowledge, impactful discoveries and clinical experience to researchers, academics, clinicians, industries, and the public worldwide. As a specialized area of radiology, nuclear medicine uses very small amounts of radioactive materials or radiopharmaceuticals to examine organ function and structure. In recent years, the field of nuclear medicine has been significant to help diagnose and treat abnormalities early in the progression of diseases.
The overarching scope and mission of this journal of Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine is to publish and disseminate high-quality research studies that include advances in technology, diagnostics studies and artificial intelligence applied to imaging interpretations. In parallel, research and clinical practice of radiology has also been significantly impacted by their interactions with other disciplines such as radiology, neurology, oncology, cardiology and pathology, among others. This journal welcomes contributions that develop and apply novel multi-disciplinary and cross-disciplinary methodologies and technologies into nuclear medicine, particularly, in the five specialties mentioned above.
The International Journal of Public Health is an independent journal of the non-profit Swiss School of Public Health. IJPH publishes scientific articles relevant to global public health, from different countries and cultures, and assembles them into issues that raise awareness and understanding of public health problems and solutions. The Journal welcomes submissions of original research, critical and relevant reviews, methodological papers, and manuscripts that emphasize theoretical content. IJPH sometimes publishes commentaries and opinions. Special issues highlight key areas of current research. The Editorial Board's mission is to provide a thoughtful forum for contemporary issues and challenges in global public health research and practice.
Public Health Reviews (PHR) is the official journal of the non-profit Swiss School of Public Health. PHR is multi-disciplinary and dedicated to foster knowledge synthesis and translation in public health, in order to inform public health science, practice, policy and education, and improve public health. PHR publishes high quality Reviews of all formats, and Policy Briefs. Special issues address compelling challenges and future directions in all areas of public health. The scope of the journal ranges from the local to the global scale. The journal editorial policy adheres to the United Nations universal values, including the Human Rights-Based Approach conceptual framework.