Public Health – Books and Journals

Public health focuses on promoting, protecting, and improving the physical, psychological, social, and sexual/reproductive health and well-being of populations, communities, and individuals. Public health departments, organizations, and institutions employ a wide range of expertise to promote wellness through research, educational initiatives, surveillance and response to health threats, and policy-making. These measures rely on current findings and research from public health and social sciences. With this in mind, Springer has curated an extensive portfolio of leading publications on global public health issues, written for researchers and healthcare practitioners. In addition to textbooks and reference works, we provide access to journals and book series such as the Journal of Public Health and the Healthcare Delivery in the Information Age series.

If you cannot find what you want below in Public Health, we invite you to look at offerings across Springer Nature’s imprints.

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