Authors & Contributors
The foremost mission of the Journal of Environmental Health (JEH) is to provide its readers with the latest research and advancements in environmental health and protection. Our authors, peer reviewers, and technical editorial board help support our mission to "build, sustain, and empower an effective environmental health workforce."
We invite environmental public health professionals, educators, and researchers, as well as other individuals or entities, to submit manuscripts for possible publication. Original technical papers, review articles, or reports on experiences, research endeavors, management techniques, or current issues are considered. Guest commentaries, special reports, letters to the editor, and other items of interest to the readership also are encouraged. Authors receive no monetary compensation for their contributions to the JEH and all technical material is subject to peer review.
Building Capacity Column Submission
A need exists within environmental health agencies to increase their capacity to perform in an environment of diminishing resources. With limited resources and increasing demands, we need to seek new approaches to the practice of environmental health. Acutely aware of these challenges, the JEH publishes the Building Capacity column to educate, reinforce, and build upon successes within the profession using technology to improve efficiency and extend the impact of environmental health agencies.
The JEH seeks guest authors for the Building Capacity column. Our goal is to provide a platform to share capacity building successes occurring across the country and within different sectors of the environmental health profession, including academia, private industry, nongovernmental organizations, and state, local, tribal, and territorial health agencies.
Submissions will be reviewed by technical advisors for data and technology and JEH staff for appropriate content, relevance, and adherence to submission guidelines.
Become a Peer Reviewer
Scientific manuscripts submitted to the Journal for publication consideration go through a peer review process. Peer reviewers are subject matter experts who provide constructive comments designed to help the author produce a better article, as well as provide direction on the suitability of the manuscript for publication. On average, peer reviewers conduct three to four manuscript reviews a year at the direction of the Journal's editorial staff.
The Journal of Environmental Health is currently in search of new peer reviewers.
Thank You to Our Peer Reviewers
The Journal thanks and honors our peer reviewers whose contributions are paramount to our efforts to advance, advise, educate, and promote environmental health professionals. We sincerely appreciate their hard work, devotion to the environmental health profession, and willingness to share their wealth of knowledge and expertise.
Technical Editorial Board
- William A. Adler, MPH, RS | Retired (Minnesota Department of Health), Rochester, MN
- Gary Erbeck, MPH | Retired (County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health), San Diego, CA
- Thomas H. Hatfield, DrPH, REHS, DAAS | California State University, Northridge, CA
- Dhitinut Ratnapradipa, PhD, MCHES | Creighton University, Omaha, NE