Call for Abstracts: Impact of Emerging Infections on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
Frontiers in Reproductive Health is inviting your submission for a special issue on The Impact of Emerging Infections on Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health which will be guest edited by Delivette Castor, Timothy Mah, Ohemaa Poku, and Jason Zucker. This collection will bring together articles that highlight the social and clinical epidemiology of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases like SARS-CoV-2, Mpox, and Ebola on adolescent sexual and reproductive health. The collection also seeks contributions on innovations in health services interventions and strategies to mitigate the effects of emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases on adolescent sexual and reproductive health.
This special issue will prioritize submissions that highlight novel methods, in addition to unique social or health care settings for adolescent and youth populations that expand our understanding on how to better study and intervene on sexual and reproductive health of youth in future pandemics. Alongside leading authors in the field, your work will be published in Frontiers in Reproductive Health, an innovative interdisciplinary journal that explores human reproductive health to advance universal access to sexual and reproductive health care. Additional details on the call for papers can be found here.
Abstract submissions are due by 31 March 2023, and manuscript submission is due by 31 July 2023. Frontiers’ fast-track review process means each article is published online as soon as it’s been successfully peer-reviewed and accepted (typically within 83 days of receipt). As an open access journal, publishing fees are applied to accepted articles. Please contact Ana at email@example.com to discuss fees, institutional waivers, and discounts.
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