Academic journal article Journal of Environmental Health

Letters to the Editor

Academic journal article Journal of Environmental Health

Letters to the Editor

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Dear Editor:

I am writing first to congratulate you and the NEHA team on continuing to produce a very good publication--the Journal of Environmental Health.

Although it has been a little while since I have had an article published in the Journal (September 1998), 1 want to let you know that I have received more inquiries about that article than about any other I have written (both from the United States and from other countries)--and that I have had much positive feedback. This response demonstrates that the Journal is widely read and relevant to the environmental health community. Thank you for publishing my article and for providing a publication of this sort.

I have received the Journal for a number of years now, and I would like to comment on a minor layout issue. The running footer gives the month and year of publication and identifies the title of the Journal as "Environmental Health." I was wondering if it might be better for the footer to identify the volume and issue numbers as well as the date, and for the title to be changed to Journal of Environmental Health or some abbreviation of those words (e.g., Jnl. Environ. Health, 2000 (Nov), 63 (4)]. There are a couple of reasons for this suggestion:

A number of other journals have similar names, so a more specific footer might decrease confusion and clarify the identity of the Journal. …

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