European Physical Education Review is journal that stimulates and presents scholarly enquiry in the broad field of physical education, including sport and leisure issues and research. Bringing together contributions from a wide range of disciplines across the natural and social sciences and humanities and occasionally devotes Special Issues to major topics and themes within the field. Contributions are published from all regions of the world, promoting international communication among scholars and professionals. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)
(2002-present) The American Journal of Health Education (AJHE) is filled with research findings, community learning strategies, and recent health promotion trends. Many articles are designed as self-study courses, with continuing education questions and forms included. Its mission is to advance the profession by serving health educators and others who strive to promote the health of all people through education and other systematic strategies.
Journal of School Health is published 12 times a year on behalf of the American School Health Association. It addresses practice, theory, and research related to the health and well-being of school-aged youth. The journal is a top-tiered resource for professionals who work toward providing students with the programs, services, and environment they need for good health and academic success.
The Journal of Teaching in Physical Education (JTPE) features peer-reviewed research articles based on classroom and laboratory studies, descriptive and survey studies, summary and review articles, and discussion of current topics of interest to physical educators at every level.
Originally published in 1940 by Phi Epsilon Kappa as a quarterly publication for its fraternity members, The Physical Educator is one of the longest standing journals providing research-based articles relating to physical education, health, recreation, and related areas. This 56-page quarterly periodical is now available for non-members and libraries. Phi Epsilon Kappa Fraternity is a national professional fraternity for persons engaged in or pursuing careers in physical education, health, recreation, dance, human performance, exercise science, sports medicine, and sports management.
(2008-2012) Health Education & Behavior (HEB) is a peer-reviewed bi-monthly journal that provides empirical research, case studies, program evaluations, literature reviews, and discussions of theories of health behavior and health status, as well as strategies to improve social and behavioral health. HEB also examines the processes of planning, implementing, managing, and assessing health education and social-behavioral interventions. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (JOPERD) is SHAPE America's largest, most frequently published, and most wide-ranging periodical. It is SHAPE America's cornerstone journal, providing information on a variety of health, physical education, recreation and dance issues. If you haven't seen JOPERD lately, take a minute to browse through it. SHAPE America's premier journal has undergone some recent changes. JOPERD now has a redesigned, modernized layout and features numerous color photographs.
Strategies: A Journal for Physical and Sport Educators is a peer-reviewed professional journal that publishes practical, how-to articles for sport and physical education professionals at all levels. The journal provides information to help educators and coaches become more effective in their work.
APAQ is the major peer-reviewed-research journal in adapted physical activity. APAQ provides the latest scholarly inquiry related to physical activity for individuals with disabilities. It is also viewed as one of the major journals in the rehabilitation area. The journal is multidisciplinary and not confined to the use of particular methodologies. In fact, it encourages diversity of topics and approaches. APAQ is the journal of the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity. Regular features include case studies; techniques for adapting equipment, facilities, methodology, and clinical settings; editorial commentary; article abstracts; and book reviews. Disciplines from which scholarship may originate include, but are not limited to, corrective therapy, gerontology, health care, occupational therapy, pediatrics, physical education, dance, sport medicine, physical therapy, recreation, and rehabilitation. APAQ encourages the submission of manuscripts addressing salient issues in adapted physical activity.