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Value in Health Regional Issues is an online, MEDLINE/Pubmed-indexed journal that publishes articles on health-related topics that impact the health systems and health policies in the following regions: 1) Asia; 2) Central and Eastern Europe, Western Asia, and Africa; and 3) Latin America. Published 3 times a year, the journal circulates to 9500+ online subscribers around the world.
Articles that meet the editorial requirements for style and scope are subjected to a formal peer review. The Editorial Office strives to complete the peer review process and render decisions within 8 to 10 weeks of submission. Articles that do not fall within the journal?s scope or do not meet the standards to merit an external peer review will be evaluated internally by the editors, usually within 4 weeks.
Accepted articles are published online on the Elsevier site immediately after the article has undergone the production process (ie, copyediting, layout, author proofs, corrections, etc). Even though individual articles are published online on a rolling basis throughout the year, ?collected articles? are published in one of 3 volumes according to the following schedule:
- A collection of articles for the Asia region is published in May
- A collection of articles for the Central and Eastern Europe, Western Asia, and Africa region is published in October
- A collection of articles for the Latin America region is published in December
Assessing health technologies and health policies in Asia with papers where one of the authors resides in and the subject refers to population(s) of Central Asia, Eastern Asia, Southern Asia, and South-Eastern Asia.
Latin America Issue
Assessing health technologies and health policies in Latin America with papers where the first author resides in and the subject refers to population(s) of Central America, South America, and The Caribbean.
Central and Eastern Europe, Western Asia, and Africa Issue
Assessing health technologies and health policies in Central and Eastern Europe, Western Asia, and Africa with papers where one of the authors resides in and the subject refers to population(s) of Central and Eastern Europe, Western Asia, and Africa.
Additional information on specific countries each regional issue comprises can be found here.
Where We Are Indexed
- EBSCOhost/TOC Premier
- ProQuest/Applied Social Sciences Index and Abstracts (ASSIA) [online]
- ProQuest/Social Science Premium Collection
- ProQuest/Sociology Collection