AJPH

AcronymDefinition
AJPHAmerican Journal of Public Health
AJPHAmerican Journal of Psychiatry (Arlington, VA)
AJPHAmerican Journal of Philology
AJPHAustralian Journal of Politics and History (Wiley-Blackwell publication)
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To access studies and podcasts from AJPH, visit www.aj-ph.org.
In addition, the AJPH study suggests that "recognition and alleviation of job strain through work reorganization and staff training could reduce depression in employees."
In the AJPH study, researchers studied 2,249 women age 78 and older who were free of dementia in 2001 and who completed at least one follow-up interview between 2002 and 2005.
Judges rejected case study-based testimony in 36 cases, he reports in the AJPH supplement.
EHP and AJPH are also actively working with their partner journal, Mali Medical.
A new study in AJPH found a 60% reduction in trans fats for patrons dining out four or more times a week, based on subsequent surveys.
In the AJPH study, researchers analyzed the results of mandatory registration in California from 2010 through 2017.
By reading and reviewing select studies from AJPH, program participants are able to earn CE credits in a range of disciplines.
In a study published in October in AJPH, researchers compared rates of vaccine-relevant messages among bots--accounts that automate online content posting--and average users between July 2014 and September 2017.
In the September issue of AJPH, a new study examined a census of public health doctoral graduates from 2003 to 2015.
In August's AJPH, researchers estimated the prevalence of risks for self-injury among high schoolers across the U.S.
AJPH also rose among peer journals in citation indices for science and social science.