Sometimes when looking up specific journals, you may encounter messages such as, "Most current 1 year not available." Or "Most current 1 year, 3 months not available." Etc. This means there is an embargo on the journal: the publisher has restricted access in an effort to get you or the institution to pay additional fees for access to its most recent material. You'll be able to reach what comes before the embargo period, but not what falls during it. However, you may still be able to get embargoed material through Interlibrary Loan (ILL) here.
From Oxford Academic: "The Journal of Nutrition (JN/J Nutr) publishes peer-reviewed original research papers covering all aspects of experimental nutrition in humans and other animal species; special articles such as reviews and biographies of prominent nutrition scientists; and issues, opinions, and commentaries on controversial issues in nutrition. Supplements are frequently published to provide extended discussion of topics of special interest."
According to the CDC: "Preventing Chronic Disease (PCD) is a peer-reviewed public health journal sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and authored by experts worldwide. PCD was established in 2004 by the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion with a mission to promote dialogue among researchers, practitioners, and policy makers worldwide on the integration and application of research findings and practical experience to address health disparities, advance health equity, and improve population health."
From Elsevier: "Preventive Medicine Reports is the open access companion journal to
Preventive Medicine. While Preventive Medicine focuses on publishing articles that appeal more broadly to the preventive medicine and health promotion communities, Preventive Medicine Reports publishes papers that have a subspecialty angle, are population or region-specific, describe study protocols, report preliminary or pilot data, qualitative studies, or focus on surrogate health outcomes. Preventive Medicine Reports is also interested in methodological innovation or validation of new and existing tools. It serves as a scholarly repository for the building blocks of research that inform practice and policy on disease prevention and health promotion."
According to the journal; "Critical Public Health (CPH) is an international peer reviewed journal publishing critically engaged research in public health, health promotion, political economy of health, and related fields. The word 'critical' in our title refers to the perspective taken and the analysis, more so than the urgency of the topic."
From CHPS: "Clinical Health Promotion – Research & Best Practice for patients, staff and community is the official journal for the international scientific society of clinical health promotion (CHPS). The journal provides a platform for a lively interaction between specialist and experts in the growing field of Clinical Health Promotion."
According to the American College Health Association: "The Journal of American College Health is the only scholarly publication devoted entirely to college students’ health. Published bi-monthly by Taylor & Francis Group in cooperation with ACHA, this prize-winning journal covers developments and research in this broad field, including clinical and preventive medicine, health promotion, environmental health and safety, nursing assessment, interventions, management, pharmacy, and sports medicine. The journal regularly publishes major articles on student behaviors, mental health, and health care policies and includes a section for discussion of controversial issues."
From TUOMS Press: "Health Promotion Perspectives (HPP) is an international platinum open access journal that is a peer-reviewed and multidisciplinary forum for the publication of studies aimed at understanding the implications and approaches to health promotion and public health. The Journal welcomes both quantitative and qualitative studies in the field of Health Promotion and Education, especially interventional studies that reflect professionals’ experiences worldwide."
According to the journal: "Education for Health (EfH) is the peer-reviewed, MEDLINE-indexed journal of The Network: Towards Unity for Health, a global consortium of health professions schools that are committed to improve the preparation of future health professionals particularly ensuring that they are responsive to the needs of the communities in which they learn and work. Education for Health is dedicated to the dissemination of work consistent with the organization’s mission and objectives in international health. It publishes original contributions of interest to health and clinical practitioners, educators, policy makers, administrators, and learners in the health professions. Specifically this focus is on global models of health system integration and health professions education that lead to improved health and health care delivery."