Aims and Scope

    The primary aim of the journal is to improve diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive aspects and the skills of clinicians and to increase awareness in diverse fields related to community health among clinicians. The Journal achieves this goal by soliciting articles in diverse areas related to community medicine and public health (see Scope of Community Health Covered in ACMPH), and provides  a forum to share and discuss diverse topics that are  important to community health.  These include:

    • Communicable diseases
    • Behavioural health
    • Community health
    • Community health awareness
    • Mental health education
    • Social and preventive medicine
    • Community occupational medicine
    • Adolescent health
    • Non-communicable diseases
    • Community research methodology
    • Childhood blindness
    • Woman’s health
    • Community drug abuse and alcoholism
    • Asthma and respiratory illnesses in the workplace
    • Community health agents
    • Childhood blindness
    • Public health optometry
    • Environmental Public health
    • Public health workforce
    • Public Health and Disability
    • Public health and Food safety
    • Mental health education
    • Women's Healthcare
    • Reproductive health
    • Childhood obesity
    • World health organization
    • Child mortality

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