Indexed in Thomson Reuter's ORCID and ResearcherID, Index Copernicus:- 78.02
IJHS -Call of Papers For Volume4 Issue1
We would like to inform you that international open access, peer reviewed bimonthly print journal “International Journal of Advances in Health Sciences (IJHS)" is going to publish its latest issue (Volume 4 Issue 1) in the month of Feb- 2017.
International Journal of advances in health sciences (IJHS) is officially nonprofit open access peer reviewed double blind international journal covers research/reviews in all areas of medical sciences from basic to advances in health, dental and pharmaceutical sciences with experimental and clinical practices. IJHS is published Bi-Monthly with 06 issues per year.
Index Copernicus: 78.02
Impact Factor: 2.73
Abbreviation: Int. J Adv Health Sci.
Category: Health and Allied Scieces
License: Creative commons
IJHS - Author Benefits specific Authors:
- Easy & Rapid paper publishing process.
- IJHS provides one color Hard copy of full Paper with journal full cover.
- IJHS provides Hard & Soft Copy of Certificate of Publication to each Author.
- IJHS is indexed in DOAJ, INDEX Copernicus, DRJI, SCIRUS, Google Scholar, getCITED etc.
- International Open Access Journal Database for High visibility and promotion of your articles.
Health Sciences, Dental Sciences, Pharmacology, Anatomy, Physiology, Biochemistry, Medicine, Neurology, Surgery, Orthopaedics, Ophthalmology, ENT, Anesthesiology, Community Medicine, Public Health, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation, Occupational Therapy, Paramedical sciences, Nursing, Health and Hospital Management, Genetics, Biodiversity & Conservation, Pathology, Microbiology, Biotechnology, Occupational and Environmental sciences, Molecular Biology, Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry, Psychotherapy, Dietetics & Nutrition, Yoga etc.
Submission of The manuscripts to IJHS may include innovative experimental techniques of health importance; novel results obtained experimentally, novel interpretation of existing results or data pertaining to clinical problems; epidemiological work for scientific information which benefits to health sciences.