- We are mostly interested in papers concerning young people of school age and are particularly interested in papers with recommendations for their education.
- The journal also contains opinion pieces and commentaries. I hope a recent issue will give a fair picture of our scope.
- The journal was first published 1983, is non-peer reviewed, published quarterly and aimed at those involved with education and health who are concerned with the health and wellbeing of children and young people.
- As the journal is online and open access there are opportunities for you to make weblinks in your text to relevant webpages.
- We do not guarantee to publish all submissions and reserve editorial rights.
- Submissions are made using a Word doc (or similar) email attachment.
- Contributors are sent a draft pdf to check before publication.
- Articles can be up to 3,000 words, and if relevant, including Harvard-style references, with a maximum of 5 tables/charts.
- You can place tables at the end of your draft or, if you want them to appear in the text, just mark the place Table 1 etc in text.
- We prefer British English spellings and treat 'data' as a plural.
- Article template :
Author email contact details
Text body with main and sub-headings
- Please contact us should you have any questions.
Reference format (Harvard):
Balding J, Gimber P & Wise A (1997). A quarter of Year 7 boys want to cycle to school: a recent survey may help to promote county-wide initiatives to encourage safe alternatives to car travel. Education and Health, 15(4), pp.49-52.