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About the journal
Brijendra Singh
2347-9981
2455-4294
10.21088/ijmhs.2347.9981
2015: 68.27, 2016: 75.38 (Index Copernicus)
IJMHS
Semiannual
2014
RFPPL own journal
Medical Researchers, Pharmaceutical Employees, Specialized and General Clinicians
Volume 4, Number 2 2017
Indexed with & Covered by: Index Copernicus, Poland; ProQuest, USA; CiteFactor, USA; Cosmos Impact Factor, Germany; Eurasian Scientific Journal Index, Kazakhstan; Gaudeamus Academia; iiiFactor, London, International Innovative Journal Impact Factor (IIJIF); International Scientific Indexing (ISI), Dubai; Journal Factor; Journal Index.net; MIAR, Barcelona; Polish Scholarly Bibliography, Poland; Research Bible; Research Impact Factor; Root Society for Indexing and Impact Factor Service; Scholar Steer, California; Science Library Index, Australia; Scientific Indexing Services (SIS), USA; Scientific World Index; The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE); International Services For Impact Factor And Indexing (ISIFI); Journals Impact Factor (JIF).
Journal Description

Indian Journal of Medical & Health Sciences (ISSN 2347–9981) is an emerging academic journal in the field of Medical and Health Sciences published half yearly, print and online. The journal deals with all facts of health and medical sciences. The aim and motive of this journal is create awareness, re-shaping the knowledge already created and challenge the existing theories related to the field of academic research in any discipline in general and medical and health sciences. The journal publishes research articles, book reviews, case studies, review articles and personal opinions that can benefit the Medical and Health Sciences researcher’s community. 

Readership: Doctors, researchers, resource person, medical students, medical scientists and critiques.