SEEJPH E-Collection 2014-2020


E-Collection of important publications 2014-2020

Since 2014 the South Eastern European Journal of Public Health published 15 volumes, time to celebrate and to reflect. With this intend our publisher Jacobs Company assembled still relevant papers published throughout the years. Here are the key themes:

  • European Health Policy
  • Public Health Professionalization
  • Public Health Ethics
  • Primary Care
  • Children and Youth Health
  • Women Health
  • Regional Perspective: South Eastern Europe
  • The Global Perspective

We are proud to present this electronic collection to our readers and the general public. You can scroll through it at: You will be surprised how much you missed.

Dr. Hans Jacobs, Lage/Germany
Prof. Genc Burazeri, Maastricht, The Netherlands

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Current Issue

Volume XV, 2020

The current issue accumulates successively the most recent contributions.

Published: 2020-09-21

Original Research

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Focusing on Health Systems in Transition and Global Health

The South Eastern European Journal of Public Health (SEEJPH) is an open-access international peer-reviewed journal involving all areas of health sciences and public health. Devoted to the global health SEEJPH welcomes submissions of scientists, researchers, and practitioners from all over the world, but particularly pertinent to southern and eastern countries in transition.

The editors are especially interested in quantitative and qualitative research examining upstream determinants of population health and health services delivery. This very often implies inter-disciplinary and inter-sectoral orientation involving multiple professions and people.

SEEJPH accepts - pending on fast external review within four weeks of submission - original research articles, reviews of relevant literature, short reports, case studies, commentaries, and letters to the editor. Submissions can be online or by email and are checked for plagiarism. Accepted papers are published without delay in the current issue which accumulates successively the most recent contributions.