Health Issues journal

The latest development in health policy, research and practice that impact on consumers and carers.

What is the journal?

We have been publishing Health Issues for almost 30 years. The aim of the journal is to report and provide analysis on the latest development in health policy, research and practice. We pay particular attention on issues that have an impact on consumers and the healthcare system.

How do I get a copy of the journal? 

Since 2005, Health Issues has been available on Informit. If you are looking for an older edition, please get in touch with us.

If you are a member of Health Issues Centre, you will receive a copy of the journal. Find out how to become a member

Can I contribute to the journal?

Yes, absolutely! Readers of the journal are as diverse as the health sector and have a wide range of interests. So if you are a consumer, carer, community member or health staff working on a project, research or issue relating to the journal theme, we welcome your contribution.

We are happy to receive and consider unsolicited manuscripts for publication. The journal publishes:

  • Feature articles (2000 - 3000 words)
  • News articles (500 - 1000 words)
  • Opinion pieces (500 - 1500 words)
  • Book reviews (500 - 1000 words) 

Are there any special requirements?

Yes. We have included all of that information including the editorial process, style guide and referencing in the Author Guidelines.

For more information

Contact Tere Dawson

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