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Policy Issues in Women's Health: Journals

Resources for Public Administration (PUBA0773)

Definition of Peer Reviewed Journals

  • Structured reviewing system in which at least two reviewers, who are not in house editors, who know the subject are selected.
  • Evaluate each unsolicited manuscript which is a potential journal article and advise the journal editor as to whether the article should be accepted or rejected or revised.
  • The review process helps ensure that published articles reflect solid scholarship in the field.

Additional Journals

WVU Libraries subscribes to a host of journals in electronic and print formats. 

To browse the list of electronic journals to see all of the Libraries' holdings, visit the Libraries ejournals, Magazines, & Newspapers page. You can browse by alphabetically by title or by selecting a subject category.  More titles for Health Administration can be found under the Health and Biological Sciences category.  Select the ejournals tab at the top of the page to limit your results to journals only, otherwise you will also see ebooks and other digital resources in the results. 

If you are looking for a specific journal and do not see it on the list in the adjacent box, please check the Libraries' ejournals, Magazines, & Newspapers page to see if we have it in electronic format.  Just enter the title in the search box.  You can also search the WorldCat catalog to see if we have a printed edition.  Type the title in the search box and then select "Title" from the list in the adjacent drop down menu.