Quarterly Publication, Elevate

ElevateThe Public Health Learning Network’s (PHLN) quarterly publication Elevate is your resource for lifelong learning in public health practice and population health improvement. Elevate discusses issues of concern throughout the national network, and shares information about training, approaches, and resources.

The publication will include feature stories about RPHTCs and events, share success stories about trainees, list upcoming trainings, and discuss timely and relevant issues.

Your Introduction to Elevate

Elevate is published approximately quarterly, with an inaugural issue in June 2016. The months of publication are June, September, December, and March.

Who is the audience for Elevate?

The Elevate audience includes professionals and leaders who advocate for, provide, or oversee advancement of the public health workforce at the national, state, local, and tribal levels. This includes directors, administrators, and health officers at state and local health departments, and staff working on training, workforce development, quality improvement, and accreditation.

What is the deadline for submitting an article?

Once an article topic has been determined, we will work with you to determine a deadline for your article. Turnaround time is short, usually within a few weeks.

What kind of content will be featured in Elevate?

  • Success stories
  • Opinion/editorial pieces
  • Insights from your work
  • Training listings
  • News updates
  • Links to helpful information (e.g. new research on public health workforce development,
    relevant external news stories, etc.)

What should I know about Elevate style and writing requirements?

Articles should be written in a journalistic or literary style, aimed at the educated general reader with knowledge of and commitment to public health workforce development. However, because readers of a general audience might also read the publication, all terminology should be clear.

Articles and listings are not advertisements for content, events, trainings, organizations, or other resources, but they can highlight events. This is a fine line and may take some assessment on a case-by-case basis.

How can I submit ideas, listings, and content?

Review¬†Elevate‘s call for submissions. After that, please complete and submit this form.

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