Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health
About the Journal
Welcome to the "Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health" – an authoritative and high impact factor open access peer-reviewed journal publication dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding in the fields of community medicine and public health. Our journal serves as a platform for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to share their valuable insights and contribute to the global discourse on health and well-being.
The mission of the "Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health" is to promote excellence in research and practice, fostering the exchange of ideas and information that can positively impact public health outcomes. We are committed to publishing high-quality, evidence-based research that addresses the diverse challenges and opportunities in community medicine and public health.
Scope and Focus
Our journal covers a broad spectrum of topics within community medicine and public health, including but not limited to:
- Health promotion and education
- Preventive medicine
- Health policy and management
- Social determinants of health
- Global health
- Environmental health
- Infectious diseases
- Chronic diseases
- Healthcare delivery and access
Read More At Aims and Scope Page
Peer Review Process
All submissions to the "Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health" undergo a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and integrity of the published work. Our team of expert reviewers evaluates manuscripts based on scientific merit, originality, methodology, and relevance to the field.
We believe in the principle of open access to knowledge. The "Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health" is an open-access publication, meaning that all articles are freely accessible to readers worldwide. This facilitates the dissemination of research findings and promotes collaboration among researchers and practitioners.
Our dedicated editorial team consists of accomplished professionals and researchers with expertise in community medicine and public health. They work diligently to maintain the highest standards of editorial integrity and to provide authors with constructive feedback to enhance the quality of their work.
Indexing & Abstracting
All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) – Crossref.
All published articles of this journal are included in the indexing and abstracting coverage of:
- Semantic Scholar
- Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources
- Index Copernicus
- Scopus Impact Factor
- Google Scholar
- World Cat
- JGATE Indexing
- Dimensions AI
- Pubmed - All NIH Funded Articles will be Indexed in PubMed
- Open Access Library (OALib)
- PubsHub - Journals & Congresses
Thank you for your interest in the "Journal of Community Medicine & Public Health." We invite you to explore our publications and contribute to the advancement of knowledge in these crucial fields.
Colin Owen D Cunha
Richard Huston Sewell
Michael T Doonan
Warren S. Eller
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