Health Tomorrow: Interdisciplinarity and Internationality

Health Tomorrow: Interdisciplinarity and Internationalityis an open-access journal founded by members of the York Institute for Health Research (YIHR).  YIHR is home to a new breed of health researchers who actively conduct research from within interdisciplinary teams and cross-sectoral networks.  YIHR draws together a range of social, biomedical, political, environmental, and behavioural scientists, as well as researchers from business, law, education, and the physical sciences.  As a result, research at YIHR seeks to bridge the divide between the sciences and the social sciences and encourages a range of theoretical, empirical, and interdisciplinary orientations to research.

This digital journal offers another forum for students to become involved in interdisciplinary health research and share their findings with others in a collegial environment.  We welcome you to our website, encourage you to browse around, and hope that you may be interested in making a submission to our current edition.

You can also learn more about YIHR at

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Volume 3 Publication Date


We would like to thank all authors and readers who participated in the peer view process for Volume 3.

We are delighted to announce that this volume will be availalbe online next month!

Posted: 2015-11-03 More...

Health Tomorrow Volume 3 (2015)


The call for submissions for Volume 3 is now closed.

We would like to thank all authors who submitted for this volume. The peer-review process is now underway and all authors will be contacted in September.

Please stay tuned for the call for submissions for Volume 4, which will be circulated and posted on our website in November. In the meantime, interested authors are invited to write us at for more information or to discuss potential submissions. 


The Health Tomorrow Editorial Team

Posted: 2015-08-26 More...

Call For Papers: Health Tomorrow Volume 3 (2015)


The Health Tomorrow journal is now accepting article submissions for its third volume from graduate and senior undergraduate students, as well as from researchers and practitioners with a keen interest in health and health-related issues until June 30th 2015.


The theme of Volume 3 is Health Equity and we seek manuscripts dealing withthe differentiation of health and healthcare across populations. We welcome insights from empirical, theoretical, and practical perspectives that address health disparities within social contexts. We give particular emphasis tothe socially mediated dynamics between identity and health.

Posted: 2015-04-01 More...
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