The Types of papers we publish
accept papers of all types, however, such as
follows may be considered first:
1)Original Research or Non Research articles
2) Short communications and;
3) Review papers, which include meta-analysis and systematic review
Papers submitted to Journal of Contemporary Global Issues are carefully
reviewed in the first instance by one of the Editors. Papers that do not
meet editorial needs; are methodically flawed; or lack originality will be
rejected. We will also reject papers that fail to provide sufficient ethical
approval where required and we shall refer papers back for revision prior
to any review if they do not comply with Journal style.
which pass the Editorial review will be sent out to peer-review and will be
reviewed by at least two external reviewers . Reviewers are asked to
consider whether the paper: contains new research findings or information;
is relevant to Global issues, is technically sound; and is suitably
How to submit your manuscript
All manuscripts should be submitted online by email to email@example.com .
Any author unable to submit online should contact Dr. Amos O. Nwosu,
Professor of Health, 216 Adrian Tinsley Center, Bridgewater State
University, Bridgewater, MA
Manuscript Style General Guidelines:
double spacing and wide (3 cm) margins, and avoid full justification,
i.e. do not use a constant right-hand margin.
Ensure that each new paragraph is clearly indicated.
Present tables and figure legends on separate pages at the end of the
Number all pages consecutively. Manuscripts should also be spellchecked
by the facility available in most good word-processing packages.
Extensive use of italics and emboldening within the text should be
avoided. One author should be designated as corresponding author and
provide the following information:
Full postal address
Telephone and fax numbers
note that any papers which fail to meet our requirements will be returned to
the author for amendment. Only papers which are submitted in the correct
style will be considered by the Editors.
5.Setting out the Paper
should be clear, precise and logical and should not normally exceed 3,000
Papers should be set out as follows:
• Covering letter-the letter must contain: why the submission is
appropriate for publication in Public Health; what is known about the
topic discussed; what your study adds; and confirmation that the paper has
not been published elsewhere
• Title page- bearing title, all authors' initials, surname, main
degrees (two only) and the name and location of the institutions where the
work was done. The author to whom proofs and correspondence should be sent
should be clearly indicated with correct address, e-mail, telephone and fax
• Abstract. This should be structured under the following headings:
(modify according to the nature of paper)
• Keywords. 3-6 keywords should follow the abstract
• Acknowledgements including declarations: Statements of ethical
approval, funding and competing interests
6.Tables and figures
Tables and figures should be kept to a minimum. Tables must be
comprehensible without reference to the text. References should not be cited
in the tables. Authors should indicate at approximately what point in the
text the table should appear. Figures, graphs, drawings etc. should not be
over complex and must be intelligible when reduced in size for printing.
They should be on separate sheets, numbered and with legends.
Readers are encouraged to submit Letters to the Editors and these can
include responses to previously published papers or original data