Journal of Internal Medicine and Primary Health Care is an international peer reviewed journal with the ISSN: 2574-2493, publishes articles online in open access model. Physicians who are excellence in research with diverse skills develop new methods and scientific breakthroughs to treat complex comorbidities. The journal paves the way for these physicians in publishing their work.
The Journal publish high-quality original research that advances knowledge on these topics generalizable to other settings and countries and from other disciplines related to medicine, including nursing, practice management, professions allied to medicine and social science. This journal offers strong editorial content and cutting-edge views along with peer-reviewed clinical articles, original research, and continuing professional development articles to inform practice and improve nursing skills.
Journal of Internal Medicine and Primary Health Care archives the work of physicians, scientists and researchers and distributes this work globally. For the dissemination of this archive, the journal is indexed in Google scholar and J-Gate and also a member of Crossref, ORCID and Publons. Scientists, researchers and readers advance their work, by accessing these articles. Accessing and downloading of the articles will increase the journal impact factor which is the calculating factor of the journal quality.
This journal accepts articles from wide range of fields in its discipline which includes:
Primary Health Care; Sexual Health; General Medicine; Oral Health; Health Informatics; Family Practice; Mental Health; Health Education; Emergency Care; District Health Care; Rural Health Care; Health Promotion; Epidemiology; Health Care Delivery; Health Promotion; Public Health; Medical Sociology of interest to a Primary Health Care Provider Audience; Prevention of Disease and Disability; Pain Management and Palliative Care; Community-oriented Primary Health Care; Education and training of Professionals and Health Workers in Family Medicine and Primary Health Care; Delivery of Screening Tests; Compliance with Medications; Informatics in Primary Care; Over-use of Primary Care or Community Health Services; Client or Patient Satisfaction; Change in Knowledge, Attitudes or Intended Behavior; Change of a Lifestyle Change Program; Cost per client of Community Health Interventions compared to alternatives; Change in morbidity, such as reduced infection rates, reduced rates of low birth weight deliveries
Author(s): Envuladu EA, Okoh EO, Gwomson D, Shindang MI, Maigamo NY, Osagie IA, Zoakah AI