Jacobs Journal of Community Medicine

Journal Scope

Jacobs Journal of Community Medicine is a peer-reviewed scientific open access journal that covers high-quality manuscripts relevant to the field of community medicine with particular emphasis on original research findings in developing countries. The journal also includes the study of community medicine and public health. It is a global platform for the scientific medical research community to promulgate knowledge.

The journal encompasses information on a wide range in the field of community health and medicine. It creates a great platform to contribute to the journal for scientists and authors. There is an editorial team that keeps manuscript quality control and publishes the best manuscripts in this journal. In this journal, there are also provisions for peer reviews that make this knowledge sharing platform even more effective.

Aim and Scope:

The journal also aims to facilitate community-based research, education, and health services development. The journal's main objective is to maintain and develop on an international level science and related research. To achieve this, it is important to seek to advance knowledge and understanding of the health sector from all stakeholders with a bias towards community medicine and primary health care.

Article types:

Original Research article, Review article, Clinical image, Case report, Short communication, Editorial, Letters to editors, etc.

Classification:

  • Community development strategies
  • Community health council and services
  • Community health development and health status
  • Community medicine
  • Community paediatrics
  • Family planning
  • Health communication
  • Health education
  • Health policy
  • Community psychology
  • Medical anthropology
  • Population health
  • Primary healthcare
  • Secondary healthcare 
  • Tertiary healthcare