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Emerging Leaders Committee

Writing a Diary

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We invite submissions from emerging public health professionals and students representing diverse settings (universities, community-based organizations, nonprofits, governmental entities, health settings, etc). All submissions are expected to align with the mission and vision of CPHA and address current, public health-related issues. 

We invite submissions from emerging public health professionals and students representing diverse settings (universities, community-based organizations, nonprofits, governmental entities, health settings, etc). All submissions are expected to align with the mission and vision of CPHA and address current, public health-related issues. 

RISE understands that there is a diverse number of talents across emerging leaders in public health. In order to showcase this, we invite you to submit articles, drawings, interviews, paintings, photography, comic strips, crossword puzzles, and more! All submissions are welcome, but please note that the opportunities we have high demand are for:

  1. Cover page artwork
  2. Research articles

  3. Opinion pieces

  4. Photography

Health Equity in Action_A Local LGBTQ Diabetes Prevention Pilot.PNG

Tessa Cushman, RDN

In my almost 2 years of being part of a local diabetes education program dedicated to reaching individuals at highest risk of diabetes and related complications, I have noticed that more often than not, those are the folks missing from the programs. I started questioning why...

Submission Types

RISE currently accepts the following type of submissions:

  • Research Articles. Preferred length is 2,000 words max (excluding References, Figures, and Tables). 
  • Review Articles and Narratives. Preferred length is 500-2,000 words.

  • Commentaries. Preferred length of these submissions is 500-2,000 words.

  • Artistic Articles including, but not limited to, essays, poems, policy memos, interviews, etc. These pieces typically are no more than 1,000 words.

  • Images and Other Media. Image files should be at least 300 DPI, submitted as JPEG, PNG, EPS, or SVG files. 

  • Photographs. Image files should be at least 300 DPI, submitted as JPEG, TIFF, or PNG. CPHA requires written permission or a signed waiver forms for all images depicting individuals, except in the case of crowd scenes or when persons are not identifiable.

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