The Editors of the South African Health Review (SAHR) are looking for an innovative and resourceful design and layout agency to pitch for the design and layout of the 2020 edition of the peer-reviewed SAHR.
We are looking for experts who can provide a clean, insightful and unique layout for this established journal. The successful team will work closely with the managing editor and project coordinator to take the publication from edited text in MS Word to the final, laid out, print-ready PDF.
The SAHR is available electronically and in print and, on average, consists of 20 chapters which contain text, tables, figures and graphs. It runs to about 300 pages (approximately 115 000 words). Previous editions of the publications can be found here. An overview of the SAHR can be found at the end of this call.
Proposed process flow
How to apply
Interested parties should send a proposal detailing their experience and suitability for the role. This proposal should include:
Over its 22-year history, the South African Health Review (SAHR) has become one of Health Systems Trust's flagship publications. Offering a South African perspective on prevailing local and international public health issues, the Review is widely read and quoted as an authoritative reference work in South Africa and abroad, and has been accredited by the Department of Higher Education as a peer-reviewed journal since January 2014.
The SAHR provides an up-to-date perspective on current health policy developments and their implementation in South Africa, and monitors changes in and challenges to the provision of equitable and accessible health care in the country. The publication provides a combination of detailed information on health status and care, coupled with an in-depth analysis of policies and practices affecting the provision of health services, as well as insights into the degree of success that has been achieved in policy implementation.
Aims of the South African Health Review:
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