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The International Journal of Health Sciences Education (IJHSE) is an open-source, semi-annual peer-reviewed publication that provides an interdisciplinary forum for information exchange spanning all aspects of health care education in both academic and practice settings on an international level.
We have exciting news regarding the journal. We will be relaunching the journal with an Interprofessional Education (IPE) focus with input from all health science education colleges at East Tennessee State University. The Journal will pause for an extended period while the restructuring takes place. We will not be accepting new articles at this time. There will be a general announcement once the journal is back online.
Journal of Graduate Librarianship (Journals)
Welcome to the Journal of Graduate Librarianship!
Launched in August 2022, the Journal of Graduate Librarianship (JGL) is the first scholarly journal dedicated exclusively to matters pertaining to graduate librarianship. Written, edited, and governed by library practitioners who work with graduate students, faculty, and programs, JGL publishes peer-reviewed articles (which may report on research or professional practice, or engage with theory), as well as shorter editor-reviewed contributions (brief reports on initiatives, successes, lessons learned, epiphanies, reflections, etc.). JGL is open access and charges no author-facing fees.
Interested in submitting a manuscript? We are not yet accepting submissions but will release an initial call for papers soon. In the meantime, please consult About This Journal, Journal Policies, and Submission Guidelines. We will publish our first issue in 2023.
The Journal of Interprofessional Practice with Social Work is an open-source, semi-annual peer –reviewed publication that provides an interdisciplinary forum for information exchange spanning the variety of practice settings that incorporate care provided by social workers in conjunction with other professionals.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.