The work of Cochrane Public Health is carried out by a dedicated group of volunteer editors and paid support staff. As well as providing feedback on reviews, the editorial team develop policies and guidelines for the Group to ensure reviews are of high quality and reflect the needs of end users.
The editors all have the opportunity to review title proposals (via submitted Review Proposal Forms - RPFs) from prospective author teams. Each registered review is allocated a contact editor, whose role it is to compile and add to comments from the alloted statistician, Information specialist, LMIC advisor and Methods advisor and, at stage two of the editorial process, the external referees, for presentation to the athor team.
Dr Rebecca Armstrong
Dr Hilary Thomson
Assoc. Professor Maureen Dobbins
Ms Miranda Cumpston
Dr Jonathan Shepherd
Mr Daniel Francis
Dr Rob Anderson
Dr Philip Baker
Mr Simon Ellis
Dr Laurie Anderson (currently on sabbatical)
Dr Belinda Burford (maternity leave)
Dr Ruth Turley
Lorainne Tudor Car
Dr Eva Rehfuess
Dr Erik von Elm
Professor Sreekumaran Nair
Dr Reza Yousefi-Nooraie
Assoc Professor Elmer Villanueva (currently on sabbatical)
Editorial advisors undertake a variety of roles, according to expertise and interest, including mentoring authors, providing advice to the editorial group on policies, and/or contributing to review proposal assessments.
Dr Mark Petticrew
Professor Helen Roberts
Professor Margaret Whitehead
Dr Ruhi Saith (LMIC Editorial Consultant)
Interested in contributing?
If you are interested in performing in any of these roles and believe you have the skills and enthusiasm needed to do so, please contact the Managing Editor, Jodie Doyle, at firstname.lastname@example.org