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2018 best paper
We are pleased to announce that Karen Pearson & George Shaler’s article "Community Paramedicine Pilot Programs: Lessons From Maine" has been recognized as JHHSA's Best Paper, 2018. Congratulations to Karen & George. We are pleased to make this available here - please see the attached file for their work.
Call for papers - Community Based Care
Submissions for papers on Strengthening Community-Based Health and Human Services for All: A Symposium on Constructing Foundational Services and Advocating for Quality in Community-Based Care are wanted. This symposium will provide a forum for conceptual and empirical research related to the provision of community-based health care services and advocacy and activism efforts employed to improve community health broadly defined. Please see the attached call for full details.
The Journal of Health and Human Services Administration follows principles of ethical publishing. Detailed guidelines are available through COPE and the US Office of Research Integrity.
The editor and editorial team strive to uphold standards of academic integrity and ethical research.
- Publish research that has been conducted in accordance with ethical research guidelines
- Not tolerate research misconduct
- Uphold the tenets and process of blind peer review
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- Publish corrections apologies or retractions as needed
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- Obtaining ethical research approval and consent from subjects before beginning research
- Not engaging in fraudulent, fabricated or falsified research
- Avoiding plagiarism, including self-plagiarizing and text recycling
- Submitting original work to a single publication outlet
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