Journal of Environmental Health
The foremost mission of the journal is to provide its readers with the latest research and advancements in environmental health and protection. It serves as a widely respected educational resource and a means of elevating the discussion on a range of environmental health issues. The Journal also plays an integral role in the mission of the National Environmental Health Association, which is “to advance the environmental health and protection professional for the purpose of providing a healthful environment for all.”
As the only direct link to the complete spectrum of environmental health topics, the JEH reaches more than 20,000 professionals working to solve problems in areas such as air quality, drinking water, food safety and protection, hazardous materials/toxic substances management, institutional environmental health, occupational safety and health, terrorism and all-hazards preparedness, vector control, wastewater management, and water pollution control/water quality.
Publishing frequency: 10 issues a year