Call for papers
Experiences with the Covid-19 pandemic and its effects on health and the living and work environment
The Serbian Journal of the Medical Chamber invites authors to submit professional and scientific articles related to their experience with the Covid-19 pandemic and the effects of the pandemic on health and the living and work environment.
Please apply online.
The call is open for the submission of original articles, literature reviews, methodological research, cross-sectional and longitudinal studies, case studies, comments/opinions, and manuscripts of other formats. Kindly, submit a full article with an abstract.
About this call for papers:
There is no doubt that the world will emerge from this pandemic more experienced and wiser. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we were forced to make many changes in our immediate health, living and work environment. We have learned to reorganize faster, live differently and challenge our limits. However, not everyone has had the same experience with the Covid-19 pandemic. The effects and duration of the pandemic remain largely uneven and insufficiently identified among and within countries. Despite diverse evidence, there is still a critical lack of data that would be the basis for sound conclusions and long-term predictions, particularly a lack of information stemming from health practice in different contexts (e.g., residing in inadequate living conditions, or working with a lack of resources and capacities, a situation present in health organizations even before Covid- 19).
We look forward to reading your manuscripts, which report on the knowledge, attitudes, behavior, and experiences of population groups directly and indirectly exposed to SaRS-CoV-2 and health workers directly and indirectly engaged in the fight against Covid-19. We also welcome the descriptions of the changes made in the social, economic, technological, organizational, educational, environmental and cultural settings, due to Covid-19, considered from the point of view of public health, health promotion, crisis communication, healthcare and health service management, health policy and /or the health care system. Finally, we welcome the manuscripts on interventions aimed mitigating the negative effects of Covid-19 on the health and functioning of people, health workers and health facilities, and look forward to receiving publications dealing with good health practices during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The author's guidelines for the type of article, length and format and rules for double-blind review apply.
We look forward to your submissions!