The paper “Meeting the Institute of Medicine’s 2030 US life expectancy target” by Kindig, Nobles and Zidan was among winners of AJPH paper of the year.

“The award for AJPH Paper of the Year recognizes a published paper that substantially contributes to our knowledge and understanding of an important public health issue or has advanced a given public health policy or program. Criteria for selection include a paper that addresses an important and timely public health issue; is innovative, offering new knowledge or insights; has the potential to have a significant public health impact; and advances public health”, according to Michael Greenberg, the associate editor of AJPH.


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