2016 Year in review : Preventing chronic disease : public health research, practice, and policy
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2016 Year in review : Preventing chronic disease : public health research, practice, and policy

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      2016 Highlights • The journal welcomed new Editor in Chief, Dr Leonard Jack, Jr, PhD, MSc. • PCD’s impact factor increased to 2.170. • PCD is now housed in the Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) newly established Office of Medicine and Science (OMS). • The journal welcomed 7 nationally recognized researchers and practitioners to serve as Associate Editors. • PCD launched its Twitter handle, @CDCPCD. PCD updated its homepage with revolving graphics, journal news, and article updates. The journal was referenced by several well-known publications and media outlets, including TIME, PBS NewsHour, and ABC News. • PCD began using Altmetric to better gauge article reach and impact of traditional and social media. • The journal continued to provide weekly article summaries for the media and created an archive page of summaries for the press. CS274706-A Publication date from document properties. 2016PCDYearInReview.pdf
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