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The Journal of Social & Health Sciences (JSHS) is an open-access, peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal dedicated to providing a national and international forum for the dissemination of scientific knowledge in all aspects of social and health issues. We invite empirical and theoretical contributions in the form of original articles, reviews, case studies, case reports, viewpoints, communications, letters to the editor, and commissioned editorials. These contributions aim to inform current research, policy, and practice in areas of interest to health practitioners, social scientists, and policymakers.

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Muhammad Ahmed Abdullah
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For Local Authors: US$75
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About the Editors

Muhammad Tariq, Patron
Muhammad Tariq
Muhammad Tariq, Patron

Dr. Muhammad Tariq is a physician and supply chain expert with more than 30 years of experience. Social justice, health equity, and the science of implementation are his passions. He has associations with Chemonics International, Family Health International (FHI), Population Services International (PSI), John Snow (JSI), Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), and Daniel J. Evans School of Public Affairs. His professional experience encompasses providing technical assistance to African, Asian, and Middle Eastern countries related to health systems, family planning, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and supply chain management within public sector service delivery systems.

Shakila Zaman, Editor-in-Chief
Shakila Zaman
Shakila Zaman, Editor-in-Chief

Professor Shakila Zaman is a Community Paediatrician and an academician by profession and holds a PhD degree in Epidemiology and Clinical Immunology from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. She is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Health Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan. Professor Shakila has more than 45 years of teaching and research experience at various national and international institutes. During her professional career, she has headed the Health Services Academy in Islamabad and the Institute of Public Health in Lahore, initiating her career in public health.

JSHS Boosts Reach via Crossref

The Journal of Social & Health Sciences (JSHS) achieves a significant milestone with all its articles now being indexed in Crossref, enhancing accessibility and citation visibility.

December 10, 2022
Prof. Zaman Named JSHS Editor-in-Chief

The Journal of Social & Health Sciences (JSHS) is proud to announce the appointment of Prof. Shakila Zaman as its new Editor-in-Chief, bringing extensive experience in community pediatrics, epidemiology, and clinical immunology.

October 12, 2022
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15 Editors from 5 Countries
PK
AE
EG
SA
Gender Diversity of Editorial Board
60% Man
40% Woman

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