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Health, Risk & Society welcomes research on the risks and challenges associated with nursing and midwifery.
Health, Risk & Society demonstrates how social processes influence the ways in which risks and uncertainties in healthcare are identified, communicated, assessed, and/or managed. The international journal aims to stimulate debate around the role of risk and uncertainty in society through editorials, reviews, and original articles.
Health, Risk & Society is an interdisciplinary, intersectoral journal encouraging article submissions from researchers and practitioners within various social sciences fields. Manuscripts must critically evaluate evidence, show awareness of contemporary risk theory, and contribute to further understanding of the relationship between health, risk, and society. The journal also encourages articles exploring the ways in which risk and uncertainty are handled at a various levels of society, e.g. by individuals, through groups, within various organizations, and at national and supranational levels. Where appropriate, authors should reflect on how the impact of their findings supports the development of health care policy and/or practice.
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You will benefit from publishing in Health, Risk & Society by:
- Choosing the option to publish open access
- Gaining recognition from an international audience
- Evaluating your work by the experienced members of our Editorial Board
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- Increasing your opportunities for future collaboration
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- Increasing the discoverability of your research with listings in EBSCO and more!
All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor. If found suitable for further consideration, the manuscript will undergo peer review by independent, double-anonymous expert reviewers. Before submitting articles, authors should consult the Instructions for Authors page.
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