About Journal

International Archives of Health Sciences (eISSN: 2383-2568) is an international, peer-reviewed, quarterly (4 issues per year), open access journal. This journal consists of multidimensional integration of health advances and is designed to be a medium for increasing communication and dialogue among health care providers of various health systems, experts in health-related social sciences, medical technologists, health administrators and educationalists as well as organizations in the health field. So It accepts different kinds of manuscript in the below headings of Health Sciences:

  • Health Service Effectiveness and Management
  • Occupational Health 
  • Environmental Health 
  • Biological Hazards
  • Epidemiology, Clinical Aspects of Envenoming by Different Animals, Plants and Microorganisms
  • Epidemiology, Clinical Aspects of Tropical Diseases Caused by Virus, Bacteria, Algae, Fungi and Parasites
  • Preventive and Community Medicine
  • Control and Prevention of Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases
  • Parasitology and Vector Borne Diseases 
  • Mental Health and Psychosocial Hazards
  • Food Security

Manuscripts should present in the form of original article, editorial, review (systematic review, meta-analysis, and narrative review), short communication, case report, letter to the editor.

 

Abstracting and Indexing Information

The journal is indexed with, or included in, the following:

Web of Science, Emerging Sources Citation Index, DOAJ

The journal is registered with the following abstracting partners:

EBSCO Publishing's Electronic Databases, ProQuest, Hinari, Baidu Scholar, CNKI (China National Knowledge Infrastructure), Ex Libris – Primo Central, Infotrieve, TDNet, Wanfang Data, Google Scholar.

 

Publication Frequency

Quarterly (4 issues per year)

 

Open Access Policy

Since making research freely available supports a greater global exchange of knowledge, "International Archives of Health Sciences " provides immediate open access to its content.

 

Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. 

 

Editorial Independence

The editor in chief makes the final decision regarding publication or rejection of the submitted articles without interference of its owner or economic interests.

 

Plagiarism policy

When an author tries to present the work of someone else as his or her own, it is called plagiarism. In addition, when an author uses a considerable portion of his or her own previously published work in a new one without properly citing the reference, it is called a duplicate publication sometimes also referred to as self-plagiarism. This may range from publishing the same article in another journal to 'salami-slicing', which is data segmentation, to adding little new data to the previous article.

The editorial team/reviewers of "International Archives of Health Sciences" will check the submitted manuscripts for plagiarism twice (once after submission and once before publication) using available plagiarism detection software such as iThenticate. If suspected plagiarism is found in an article either before (by reviewers or editorial team) or after (by readers) publication, International Archives of Health Sciences  will act according to COPE’s code of conduct and flowcharts

 

Article Withdrawal

Author(s) should note that they can withdraw their articles before being sent for peer review or when they are returned to them for making changes (minor or major revisions required), and not when they are under peer review. Unless that round of peer review (and not the total duration) for the article has exceeded the maximum duration of the peer review process stated on the website (6 weeks).

Articles can only be withdrawn before their acceptance, except in cases that contain errors or have been accidentally submitted twice. Occasionally, articles may represent infringements of professional ethical codes, such as multiple submission, bogus claims of authorship, plagiarism, fraudulent use of data, or the like.

Articles that include errors, or are duplicates of or very similar to other published article(s) or are determined to violate the journals’ publishing ethics guidelines in the view of the editors, may be withdrawn.

For this purpose, a withdrawal letter must be emailed to the editorial office indicating the decision to withdraw and explaining the reason for withdrawal signed the corresponding author and the submitting individuals’ signature.