Californian Journal of Health Promotion

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The Californian Journal of Health Promotion is a peer-reviewed medical journal focusing on health education and health promotion practice, teaching, research, and issues of interest to professionals in California and the surrounding Western United States. The journal publishes multimedia presentations along with traditional scholarly manuscripts. It is indexed in CINAHL.

The journal was established in 2003 by Mark Tomita, an expert on the integration of technology into public health.

Article types published include:

  • Editorials
  • Professional Practice
  • Theory and Research
  • The Health Educator Experience - case studies of health educator, retired health educator, and health education student experiences in the field.
  • Professional Updates

Editor[edit]

The editor in chief is Jie Weiss (California State University, Fullerton).

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