International Journal of Contemporary Research in Health and Life Sciences (IJCRHLS)
The International Journal of Contemporary Research in Health and Life Sciences (IJCRHLS) publishes papers that significantly contribute to the understanding of the health and life sciences. Using a wide range of research methods including statistical analysis, analytical work, case studies, field research and historical analysis, articles examine significant research questions from a broad range of perspectives. The goal of IJCRHLS is to publish papers devoted to the dissemination of health and life sciences’ practice, research, and education knowledge.
IJCRHLS, a completely open access journal will strive to be widely cited by health and life sciences’ education professionals and practitioners. Article topics may include but are not limited to all aspects of health services research, nursing education, management of health services, sports education, allocation of healthcare resources, evaluation of different health markets and health services organizations, international comparative analysis of health systems, public health, health economics, and health policies and regulations.
IJCRHLS is published twice a year. Months of distribution are: June and December.
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Call for Papers
The Global Academy of Health and Life Sciences (GAHLS) publishes a collection of double blind peer-reviewed journals covering many areas of Health, Life Sciences, Agriculture and Environment Sciences. GAHLS invites submissions of high quality articles in these areas. Academics and researchers wishing to submit an article related to one of the above areas, should read the Guidelines to Authors and prepare manuscripts in accordance with those guidelines. All papers are double blind peer-reviewed, with internationally renowned reviewers ensuring that reviews are done in a timely manner and to the highest standards. These journals serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas among researchers around the world. All the journals are published biannually.
The management of GAHLS encourages leading researchers, academics, consultants, scholars, practitioners and research students from their respective domains of interest around the world to publish their articles in its journals. All submissions will be peer reviewed and evaluated, based on originality, technical and/or research content, accuracy, readability and relevance to the journals. Submissions will be selected for publication based on technical merit, interest, applicability, and how well they fit into a coherent and balanced technical program. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
Scope of Health Sciences:
Aging, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Child Health, Community Health, Counselling, Dentistry, Dietetics, Disabilities, Disease Prevention, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Ethnicity, Evidence Based Practice Resources, Family Health, Fitness Programs, Food Policy, Family Medicine, Forensic Science, Genomics, Healthcare Quality, Health & Gender, Health Curriculum, Health Education, Health Promotion, Health & Nutrition, Health Technologies, Hygienic Chemistry, Health & Physiology, Health & Poverty, Infant Health, Kinesiology, Life Expectancy, Multimedia Resources, Medicine, Microorganisms, Molecular Biology, Nursing, Occupational Health and Safety, Pharmacology, Psychiatry and Mental Health, Pharmacy, Physical Therapies, Pollutants, Psychology, Public Health, Public Health Policy, Rehabilitation Therapy, Resources for Health Sciences Research, Race, Regenerative Medicine, Rural Health, Social Work, Socio-Economic Differences, Spirituality & Health, Sports Science, Toxic Chemicals, Toxicology, Urbanization, Wellness.
Scope of Life Sciences:
Agricultural Sciences, Apiculture, Aquaculture, Behavioral Biology, Biochemistry, Biocomputers, Biocontrol, Biodiversity and Conservation, Biodynamics, Bioinformatics, Biology, Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Biomedical science, Biomonitoring, Biopharmaceutics, Biophysics, Biopolymers, Biotechnology, Botany, Cell Biology, Chemistry, Computational Neuroscience, Conservation Biology, Cytology, Developmental Biology, Ecology, Environmental Impact Assessment, Environmental Science, Endocrinology, Entomology, Ethology, Evolutionary Biology, Evolutionary Genetics, Fisheries, Food and Nutrition, Food Science & Technology, Genetics, Genomics & Proteomics, Health Sciences, Horticulture, Immuno-genetics, Immunology, Immunobiology, Immunotherapy, Limnology, Marine Biology, Marine Science, Medical Devices, Medical Imaging, Medical Sciences, Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Neurobiology, Novel Drug Delivery, Oncology, Optometry, Parasitology, Pest Management, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacogenomics, Pharmacognosy, Pharmacology, Physiology, Population Dynamics, Proteomics, Sericulture, Structural Biology, Systems Biology, Taxonomy, Toxicology, Veterinary Sciences, Wild Life & Zoology.
The Global Academy of Health and Life Sciences (GAHLS) endeavours to ensure that no form of unethical practice or behaviour is displayed or carried out by the authors, reviewers or editors.
Ethical policy for authors
Authors are required to:
- provide work that is original, unpublished, unduplicated and unplagiarised
- adequately acknowledge the materials used or quoted from other sources, using citations, mentions and/or permissions where required
- avoid violations or infringements of other authors’ and publishers’ rights
- avoid copying data from other sources without acknowledgement
- avoid using concocted, untrue or manipulated data or information
- use their own data or obtain permission to use data reproduced in their papers
- properly acknowledge funding sources
- avoid using any material that supports or promotes violence in society
- avoid any contact with the editor or reviewers for their work
- comply to all other ethical standards in their work and avoid any unethical or immoral conduct.
Ethical policy for reviewers
- should ensure that the work is original and unpublished
- must not make any contact with the author
- must maintain confidentiality and must not pass on or divulge any information contained in the work to any individual or organisation either for personal gain or to provide any benefit to another person or organisation
- must maintain impartiality during the review process and must not show any kind of bias in accepting or rejecting work
- must be fair and transparent
- should comply to all other ethical policies recommended by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) --http://publicationethics.org/ and/or the Council of Science Editors (CSE) --http://www.councilscienceeditors.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3331.
Ethical policy for editors
- must ensure that the author complies with all ethical issues and that publication ethics are not violated
- must not have any form of contact with the author
- must be fair, unbiased, impartial and transparent in accepting or rejecting a paper
- must not pass on or divulge any information to any person or institution for personal gain or for the gain of another person or institution
- must not pass any information about the reviewers to the authors
- must ensure that the reviewers comply to all ethical policies