The International Journal of Health Promotion and Education (IJHPE)
The International Journal of Health Promotion and Education (IJHPE) actively encourages the exchange of information and views by offering a platform for better interactions and dissemination within Health Promotion and Education community.
IHPE members have free access to read the journal online using their unique code.
About the Journal
The journal attracts health promoters/educators from medicine, education, public health, sociology, nursing, administration, public relations and related fields.
The Journal was founded in 1962 and is the official publication of the Institute of Health Promotion and Education. Its content enables the sharing of knowledge and experience on the basis of common interests in health education.
All categories of IHPE members are entitled to receive the Journal as part of their subscription benefits.
Dr Michelle Baybutt
Dr Valerio Benedetto
Peer Review Integrity
All research articles in this journal, including those in special issues, special sections or supplements, have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymised refereeing by at least two independent referees.
If you have any questions about a potential article that are not answered on the journal’s own website, then please contact Michelle by emailing email@example.com.
- Concern over anxiety disorder among young students in Latin America
- The effect of ‘health education’ on perception of health with face-to-face verbal and brochure techniques in Northern Cyprus
- Impact of a family health care workers led educational intervention in improving women’s awareness on Vulvo-vaginal discharge: a non-randomized controlled trial
- Investigating the correlation of health literacy with eating behavior and health perception in adult individuals
- The multiple ‘traffic light’ labels: are they a promising alternative for packaged foods and beverages sold in Turkey
- An educational intervention to improve self-efficacy and knowledge of falls prevention among hospitalized patients
- Multimedia health education intervention incorporating health behavior theories for improving parental intention to vaccinate daughters against HPV in Armenia