About this Journal
- Journal of Appalachian Health
The Journal of Appalachian Health features research reports from a wide range of sources, as well as shorter articles on preliminary research. All research articles are peer-reviewed. Other types of articles that are not peer-reviewed include editorials; commentary; review and special articles; book reviews; letters to the editor; announcements; "Notes from the Field," a section of short news and noteworthy contributions from federal, state, and local agencies and nonprofit organizations to announce program activities, grants, and research funding availability, new programs or news from those organizations about their activities that affect Appalachian health; Early Reports of Innovation; and "Voices from the Hollow," a section that will highlight work, regardless of its source, being done in the community to improve the health of the population.