New Open Access Journal & Opportunity for Publishing Articles on Digital Health in LMICs

We have been made aware of the following opportunity with the Oxford University Press and are sharing this here for those who are interested.

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It is a great privilege to announce to you the Oxford University Press’s launch of the fully open access journal OXFORD OPEN DIGITAL HEALTH. Supported by an outstanding team with inaugural Editor-in-chief Alain Labrique and Associate editors, Smisha Agarwal, Oomen John, Alvin Marcelo, and Walter H. Curioso, we are focused on strengthening the scholarship around, and practice of Digital Health in low and middle-income countries. We invite methodologically rigorous evaluations, evidence reviews, study protocols, field implementation experiences, and other policy-relevant research related to digital health. Special efforts are being made to promote authorship equity and to focus on topics that are most relevant to implementers. With the option to waive the publication fee, and expedited peer reviews, this is a fantastic moment in the life of the journal to submit your research. I encourage you to learn more about our journal here. The articles published now will set the standard for the journal going forwards. And as a contributor to an Open Access journal, you will further benefit from the increased dissemination and visibility achieved by your work being made freely available to all readers globally.

As the first Digital Health journal focused on innovations in low-resource contexts, our goal is to ensure that the journal reflects the interests and learning of this community. We encourage you to kindly share this announcement with your networks.

We look forward to serving the broad community of practice in Global Digital Health and welcome your suggestions, advice, and feedback as we move forward in this exciting new journey.

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