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The Journal of Interventional Epidemiology and Public Health (JIEPH) is an open access, peer reviewed scientific journal published by the African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET).
JIEPH's vision is to be a veritable platform which provides culturally and technically specific evidence that drives public health and field epidemiology practice and policy.
JIEPH's mission is to build capacity for public health evidence generation and context specific dissemination from Africa to the rest of the world.
JIEPH publishes original scientific papers, reviews, and short reports in all areas of public health with a particular interest in interventional field epidemiology.
JIEPH welcomes review articles and meta-analyses, novel hypotheses and approaches in addition to discussion of research theory, public health policy and practice.
JIEPH also publishes supplements on public health related issues and events.
Estimating the Costs of Responding to a Measles Outbreak: Buvuma Islands, Lake Victoria, Uganda, February-May 2017
Joyce Nguna et al. 14 Jan 2022
Evaluation of the suicide registration system in Maputo and Matola, Mozambique, 2016-2018
Eduardo Mangue Chicanequisso et al. 28 Apr 2022
Cholera outbreak at a city hotel in Kenya, 2017: a retrospective cohort study
Philip Ngere et al. 31 Jan 2022
Epidemiological profile, treatment outcomes and factors associated with unfavorable treatment outcomes among patients co-infected with Tuberculosis and Human Immunodeficiency Virus in the Centrale Health Region in Togo, 2008 – 2017
Agballa Mébiny-Essoh Tchalla Abalo et al. 25 Dec 2021