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Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare
Aims and Scope
The Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare (JMDH) aims to represent and publish research in healthcare areas delivered by practitioners of different disciplines. This includes studies and reviews conducted by multidisciplinary teams (combining or involving several academic disciplines or professional specializations) as well as research which evaluates or reports the results or conduct of such teams or healthcare processes in general.
The journal covers a very wide range of areas and we welcome submissions from practitioners at all levels and from all over the world. Good healthcare is not bounded by person, place or time and the journal aims to reflect this.
The JMDH is published as an open-access journal to allow this wide range of practical, patient relevant research to be immediately available to practitioners who can access and use it immediately upon publication.
The Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare will no longer consider meta-analyses for publication.
Case reports/series submitted to the Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare will be diverted to the International Medical Case Reports Journal (The International Medical Case Reports Journal is not an Impact Factor journal).
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