Aims and Scope of the Journal

Scope of the Journal

  • Epidemiology: Study of the distribution and determinants of health-related states or events in populations.
  • Health Promotion and Education: Strategies and interventions aimed at improving health behaviors and promoting wellness.
  • Disease Prevention: Research and practices focused on preventing the occurrence or progression of diseases.
  • Health Policy and Management: Examination of policies, systems, and management approaches that impact public health.
  • Global Health: Issues and initiatives that have a global impact on health, addressing health disparities, and promoting health equity worldwide.
  • Environmental Health: Exploration of the relationships between human health and the environment, including exposure to pollutants and the impact of climate change.
  • Social Determinants of Health: Understanding how social, economic, and environmental factors influence health outcomes.
  • Health Equity: Efforts to reduce health disparities and ensure that all individuals have the opportunity to attain their highest level of health.
  • Infectious Disease Control: Strategies for the prevention, detection, and management of infectious diseases.
  • Non-Communicable Diseases: Epidemiology, prevention and health promotion, risk factors and determinants, health policies, social determinants, healthcare systems and management, surveillance and monitoring, impact on mental health, interventions, environmental influences and innovative technologies in NCD management.
  • Occupational Health: Consideration of health and safety issues in the workplace.

Aims of the Journal

The editorial board recognizes the critical need for increased research on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as diabetes and oral cancer, infectious diseases, preventive medicine, and the social determinants of public health in developing nations. We are dedicated to fostering research in these crucial areas, with a special focus on regions including Asia, the SAARC countries, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. Our commitment aims to bridge the research gap and promote a healthier future for these communities

IJPHRD serves as a platform for the dissemination of research, information, and perspectives related to public health. The aims of IJPHRD are multifaceted and include:

  1. Knowledge Dissemination: To disseminate new and relevant knowledge, research findings, and advancements in the field of public health. This may include original research articles, reviews, and commentaries.
  2. Promotion of Evidence-Based Practice: To promote the use of evidence-based practices in public health interventions, policies, and programs. This involves sharing research that can inform and guide public health decision-making.
  3. Educational Outreach: To contribute to the education of professionals, researchers, policymakers, and the general public in the area of public health. Journals may publish articles that are accessible to a broad audience, fostering a better understanding of public health issues.
  4. Policy Influence: To influence public health policy by providing evidence and insights that can inform the development and implementation of effective public health policies and interventions.
  5. Global Health Equity: To address global health challenges and promote equity in health outcomes. Journals may focus on research that explores health disparities, social determinants of health, and interventions to improve health equity.
  6. Interdisciplinary Collaboration: To foster interdisciplinary collaboration by publishing research that spans various disciplines within public health, including epidemiology, health policy, environmental health, infectious diseases, and more.
  7. Peer Review and Quality Assurance: To uphold the standards of scientific research by subjecting submitted manuscripts to a rigorous peer-review process. This ensures the quality, validity, and reliability of published information.
  8. Professional Development: To contribute to the professional development of researchers,practitioners, and students in the field of public health by providing a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences.
  9. Professional Development: To contribute to the professional development of researchers,practitioners, and students in the field of public health by providing a platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences.
  10. Community Engagement: To engage with the public and community stakeholders, promoting awareness and understanding of public health issues, and facilitating community-based participatory research.