Aims and Scope

Aim of the Journal

Community Medicine and Health Solutions Journal aim is to publish high-quality research works and provide free access for better viewership and articles are available in both online and print versions. The journal offers a rapid time-bound review and publication that freely disseminates research findings related to community medicine and health issues.

The journal increases the visibility and impact of published work. It increases convenience, reaches, and retrieval power. The manuscripts published in the journal strive to stipulate a knowledge path that can improve access and quality of care for children and adolescents with Emotional, Behavioural, Mental Health challenges and all the aspects of the community.

Scope of the Journal

Community Medicine and Health Solutions Journal encourage the healthcare professionals, practitioners and other eminent researchers involved in community medicine and health management related studies to share their knowledge and enrich the community by developing and publishing the manuscripts with us. The journal considers high-quality manuscripts including Original/ Research articles, Review articles, Case Reports, Short Communication, Letter to Editor, and Opinion, etc. related to health management. Furthermore, all of the articles accepted for publication are permanently archived, providing unrestricted use and dissemination of the scientific information.

The journal covers various aspects relating to Community Medicine and Health Management includes:

  • Community Health
  • Family Medicine
  • Global Health
  • Maternal Management
  • Child Health
  • Occupational Health
  • Non-communicable Diseases
  • Communicable Dseases
  • National Health Priorities
  • Epidemiology
  • Public Health Administration
  • Public Health Management
  • Health Promotion
  • Social Sciences
  • Environmental Health
  • Primary Healthcare
  • Secondary Healthcare
  • Tertiary Healthcare
  • Acute Care
  • Self-Management
  • Disease Control
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Ambulatory Medical Care
  • Addiction
  • Adolescence
  • Behavioural Epidemiology
  • Cancer Epidemiology
  • Children Care
  • Chronic Disease
  • Community Health
  • Occupational Medicine
  • Diabetes-Mellitus
  • Disorders and Treatments
  • Emerging Infection
  • Global Health
  • HIV Surveillance
  • Infections
  • Medical Diagnosis
  • Population Health
  • Prenatal Care
  • Prevalence
  • Recreation Therapy
  • Sexual Violence
  • Social and Preventive Medicine
  • Social Service
  • Women and Child Health
  • Women's Healthcare

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