by David Flood
GlobalHealthHub.org, March 06, 2017
Physician and global health practitioner David Flood has curated an eclectic and lengthy list of worthwhile journals, with an emphasis on non-communicable diseases, open access, free or reduced author fees for researchers from low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), and with a cross-cutting, multi-disciplinary focus. From must-reads like The Lancet and The BMJ to lesser-known gems like Critical Public Health and Global Health Action out of Umea University in Sweden, Flood lists each journal with helpful notes. He also comments on open access publishers including PeerJ and Biomed Central.