Lifehealth began as an independent research journal in 2005. Since its first post, the organisation has evolved to make science widely available so that medicine can serve, and transform society, and positively impact the lives of people.
Over the past several years, Lifehealth has sought to address urgent topics in our society, initiate debate, put science into context, and influence decision makers around the world.
Lifehealth covers a wide range of topics including, Child & Adolescent Health, Digital Health, Global Health, Healthy Longevity, Planetary and Public Health to name but a few. But at its core is the belief that knowledge is power which in turn leads to better decision making to help improve our lives.
Life Health Values
Too much research is done for research’s sake. We believe that improving lives is our number one priority and that research is only relevant when it affects human lives.
We recognise that excellent research is not enough and that it requires development, mobilisation, and exposure. So we promise to set agendas, create context, inform leaders, start debates, and advocate for research that can and will make a difference.
As trusted sources of information, the Lifehealth sets extremely high standards for publishing, and we are committed to ensuring that our editorial processes meet our standards of excellence. From peer review, through our in-house editing process, production, to publication and beyond, the entire Lifehealth team employs best practice publishing at all times.