Publishing a Supplemental Issue in Family & Community Health

Do you want to guest edit your very own special themed issue? Do you want to sponsor or publish a collection of research and expert opinion articles on an important study or topic in public health and/or community health? Family & Community Health's supplement publishing program is the perfect solution to help you achieve your goal. Supplements (also known as supplemental issues) are themed, peer-review issues that can publish print and online alongside one of Family & Community Health's regularly scheduled quarterly issues. Supplemental issues are fully indexed in PubMed, MEDLINE, Web of Science, and other major bibliographic databases.

Below are some of options for publishing a supplemental issue.

Supplemental Issue Publishing Options

Option A: Printed and Online Supplemental Issue:

  • Page budget of 96 pages.
  • 9-12 articles, including briefs, commentaries, editorials, research articles
  • Sponsor names guest editor(s) for this supplement.
  • Printing and mailing to all print subscribers.
  • Includes online publication with availability on FamilyandCommunityHealth.com and Ovid research platform.
  • Inclusion/indexing of supplement articles in PubMed/MEDLINE and other major bibliographic databases.
  • Includes 2 pages for Sunder advertising.
  • 100 complimentary print copies for Sponsor and/or guest editors.
  • An open access option is available for an additional fee.

Supplement Publication Charge: Contact Jordan L. Schilling, Publisher of Family & Community Health for pricing

Option B: Online Only Supplemental Issue:

  • Page budget of 96 pages.
  • 9-12 articles, including briefs, commentaries, editorials, research articles.
  • Sponsor names guest editor(s) for this supplement.
  • Online publication with availability on FamilyandCommunityHealth.com and Ovid research platform.
  • Inclusion/indexing of supplement articles in PubMed/MEDLINE and other major bibliographic databases.
  • An open access option is available for an additional fee.

Supplement Publication Charge: Contact Jordan L. Schilling, Publisher of Family & Community Health for pricing

Other Options to Customize your Order:

  • Additional print copies or mailing to additional lists of Sponsor's choice.
  • Color photos, graphics, videos, infographics or other multimedia.
  • Limited print-run copies of an online-only supplement.
  • E-Supplement booklet with distribution to Family & Community Health print subscribers for online-only supplements.
  • Bonus distributions at relevant meetings.

Editorial Support:
Your supplement will be given an exceptional level of support from the Journal's editorial team, including:

  • Kick-off call with the Publisher and Editor(s) to develop a timeline for publication.
  • Optional promotion of your "call for papers" or "call for abstracts" by the Publisher (if needed).
  • Management of the peer review process provided by the Journal's Editor(s).
  • Free tutorials for authors on topics such as writing and formatting manuscripts for submission to the Journal.
  • Free tutorials and training for invited peer-reviewers and guest editors on scientific peer-review.

     

Marketing and Promotion:
Family & Community Health's Publisher will provide an elevated promotion and marketing strategy to ensure that your supplement receives optimal dissemination and connection to audiences or readers.

Your supplement will be marketed and promoted:

  • Free online access to your supplement for two years (no additional charge).
  • Promotion in our Lippincott healthcare newsletter and hot topics newsletter.
  • Corporate press release to promote your supplement to news agencies.
  • High quality infographic on a select article published in the supplement (optional).


For more information or to submit a proposal, please contact the Publisher.
Jordan L. Schilling
Senior Publisher, Wolters Kluwer
Jordan.Schilling@WoltersKluwer.com
Twitter: @JLSchilling22