Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health

Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health is an online open access journal publishes a complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the fieldsmedical and clinical sciences which focuses on the maintenance, protection and improvement of the health status of population groups and communities as opposed to the health of individual patients. This Journal focuses on family health care, epidemiology, biostatistics, public health administration, medical anthropology and social medicine, invited annotations and comments, invited papers on recent advances.

 

Aim and Scope

 

Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health is a peer-reviewed scientific journal which covers high quality manuscripts both relevant and applicable to the broad field of abroad with special emphasis on original research findings that are relevant for developing country. this journal encompasses the study related to community medicine & public health.

 

The main objective of the journal is to maintain and develop science and related research at an international level. In order to achieve this, it is important to bring into seek to advance knowledge and understanding of the health sector with a bias to community medicine and primary health care from all stakeholders.

 

All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) -Crossref.

 

All published articles are permanently archived and available at Gavin Publishers website in HTML and PDF formats.


·         Child Mortality

·         Community Health

·         Community Mental Health

·         Epidemiology

·         Family Planning

·         Health Communication

·         Health Education

·         Health Promotion

·         Human Nutrition

·         Hygiene 

·         Immunization

·         Infant Mortality

·         Population Health

·         Primary Healthcare

·         Public Health

·         Reproductive Health

·         Sanitation

·         Sexually Transmitted Infection

·         Smoking Cessation

·         Social Medicine

·         Vaccination

      ·         Vector Control