Multimed Inc. is pleased to announce the inaugural issue of the Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB).
The Journal of Community Safety and Well-Being (CSWB) is the flagship publication of the Community Safety Knowledge Alliance (CSKA), a Saskatchewan based consortium of public, private and academic interests which aims to advance the knowledge, social science and evidence base in support of multi-sector approaches to building stronger and healthier individuals, families and communities in Canada and beyond.
Editor‐in‐Chief Norm Taylor promises that the Journal’s inaugural issue has a range of CSWB subject matter cutting across sectors and featuring a mix of research reports and articles, social innovation narratives, and practice guidelines.
Themed sections include:
Multimed is thrilled to be publishing the Journal of CSWB, the only peer-reviewed journal founded on the principles of multi-sector collaboration, and focused on the intersection of the human services and criminal justice systems.
Setting a course for success for the Journal of CSWB begins with a well‐balanced, informative first‐issue that provides insight into the many complex issues it will continue to explore. With our many years of experience publishing open-access, peer‐reviewed journals, Multimed congratulates CSKA, the Journal’s editorial board, and our respective production teams for achieving this important milestone.
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Multimed Inc. is a Canadian-based international medical publishing and marketing corporation. Established in 1980, the firm is today recognized throughout the field for ingenuity, creativity, vision, and style in its publishing and project development portfolios. Multimed and its principals, Lorne Cooper and Jill Torigian, continue to embrace new technologies that expand the delivery of client publications to a worldwide marketplace. Multimed publishes medical textbooks, reference books, periodicals, and peer-reviewed journals.