Call for Papers for Theme Issue: Key Population Size Estimations (JMIR Public Health and Surveillance)
This CDC-sponsored theme issue of JMIR Public Health and Surveillance (Editor-in-chief: Travis Sanchez, Guest editors: Dimitri Prybylski and Joyce Neal) will focus on population size estimates in resource-limited settings.
Submissions should focus on population size estimates based on empirical methods, either as stand-alone size estimation studies or in the context of surveys or other data collection activities. Size estimation methods should be based on empirical methods, such as:
- Multiplier methods
- Network scale-up method
- Bayesian and other modeling
- Census and enumeration
Manuscripts should follow the usual Instructions for Authors and be accompanied by a cover letter mentioning this call for papers.
Further special instructions for papers for this theme issue are available as Word file here.
To submit your manuscript, please visit http://publichealth.jmir.org/author/submit and under “Journal Section” choose “Theme Issue 2018: Key Population Size Estimations”. See also FAQ article "How to submit to a theme issue".
All submissions will be subject to the journal’s usual peer review and editorial processes.
Submissions will be subject to a 20% APF discount.
Extended Submission Deadline: October 31, 2018
Dimitri Prybylski (firstname.lastname@example.org), Associate Director for Science, US CDC in Namibia
Joyce Neal (Jxn4@cdc.gov), US Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Division of Global AIDS/HIV
For questions about this theme issue, please contact the coordinator, Italia Rolle, at email@example.com.