Message from GJMEDPH
As we are all facing various stages of the COVID 19 pandemic as it extends to all parts of the world, regular publication of GJMEDPH issues has been halted. All articles received are safe with us and we will inform all authors after the crisis has eased regarding their articles, when we shall resume regular publication.
In the meantime, we have decided to publish a special edition of GJMEDPH focusing on the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). We encourage you to submit your original articles, reviews, case studies related to COVID-19. All articles received will go through peer review before final publication.
We encourage everyone to stay safe and follow the precautions for the prevention and transmission of COVID-19 according to the guidelines set by the respective countries. Together, we can end this pandemic.
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Editor in Chief,
The Global Journal of Medicine and Public Health is a peer reviewed, open access journal, with an international editorial board. It is an initiative of the Regional Institute of Health and Family Welfare, Directorate of Health Services, Kashmir, India. The Institute was established under the India Population Project VII (IPP) with assistance from the World Bank, and is meant to serve as an apex institution for the continuing education of in-service health professionals and of staff from non-profit, non-governmental organizations involved in health activities.
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Integrating biomedical, social and environmental sciences, we welcome a wide range of contributions from all world regions with an emphasis on development and lower income settings in order to support the evidence base for disease prevention and control. Submissions may include original research, field investigations, review articles, case reports, articles relevant to policy, planning and evaluation, and letters to the editor. Submissions will be evaluated on the basis of their scientific quality and relevance.