Pacific Health Dialogue (PHD) – the Journal of Pacific Research for the Pacific region is the only Medline listed medical and public health journal published specifically for Pacific Island countries. We promote all research pertaining to the South Pacific with a particular focus on Community Health and Clinical Medicine. Although the initial focus of the journal had been community health and clinical medicine, we have published across a broad range of topics including Pacific Island economic development, education, employment, social services and politics.
Reviewing the archives will reveal the very broad extent of the contributions by many authors over many years. Pacific Island people continue to make a significant contribution to the ongoing development of the region and indeed the reset of the world. The Pacific Health Dialog journal provides the vehicle for showcasing that contribution.
In 2014, the PHD archive has been transferred to the Pasifika Medical Association (PMA) from the Fiji School of Medicine and has been owned by the PMA since 2009. The Journal is produce by the PMA.
All our issues of Pacific Health Dialog (PHD) are listed below, along with their themes.