Aims and scope

Aims and Objectives

(1) To upkeep an open platform for researchers supporting HEC-Objectives of gradually creating research-culture in higher education institutions.

(2) To promote innovative research in medical field  and to provide free platform to researchers  with eminence contribution towards the medical  community to publish valuable  research work.

(3) To publish the recent advances in research with special emphasis on clarity of presentation and precision of the data. 

(4) To implement all quality measures proposed by the R&D (HEC) to generate and publish genuine research work in the research journal.

(5) To publish the multi-disciplinary research work of international and national researchers as per the scope of journal within the social sciences domain.

Scope of the Journal

We publish materials of interest to practitioners and scientists in the broad field of medicine from medical and allied subjects (all basic medical sciences and related clinical subjects) including medical education as well as from biological and biomedical sciences. Articles describing original qualitative, quantitative, human or laboratory studies are considered for publication. All manuscripts should be comprehensible to the general reader and lead to improved decision making in clinical practice, medical education, research and policy. Types of articles include original research, review article, case reports, case series, descriptive and analytical research with clinical trials, short reports, special communications and letters to the editor. Clinical conference abstracts, special issues, articles regarding innovation and those related to research methods and reporting are also considered. Secondary research including narrative reviews, systematic reviews, evidence-based articles, meta-analysis, and practice guidelines will also be accepted. From time-to-time invited articles are included. MedERA-JCMH does not accept multiple studies/multiple end publications gathered/derived from a single research project, or data (wholly or in part) known as ‘salami slices’.