The Journal of Medical Practitioners (JMP) is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that aims to meet the emerging needs of practitioners, scientists, and policymakers who serve communities. With the changing landscape of global outbreaks and the evolving dimensions of people's health, JMP seeks to provide a platform for disseminating original clinical and educational research relevant to primary care specialties, practicing clinicians, residents, and all those involved in primary care and health promotion. JMP welcomes submissions across various medical specialties, with a particular emphasis on family medicine. The journal welcomes submissions on managing common diseases, disease prevention, travel medicine, health promotion, disease screening, geriatrics, medical ethics, family medicine education, nutrition, epidemiology, public health, healthcare systems, and practice management. We encourage the submission of original articles, reviews, case studies, case reports, viewpoints, communications, letters, and commissioned editorials. The journal prioritizes supporting medical practitioners, specifically family physicians, in delivering evidence-based optimal care at both primary and secondary levels. The journal is dedicated to addressing underserved populations' needs and working toward improving health indicators. Additionally, JMP emphasizes the importance of environmental health, including the impact of climate change on human health. JMP strives to provide academically rigorous and clinically practical information for primary care physicians, complementing the advancement of family medicine as a specialty. The journal also caters to the academic needs of various healthcare professionals, including urban general practitioners, rural physicians, surgeons, community health workers, community care providers, emergency physicians, occupational physicians, and public health specialists. Moreover, JMP has a dedicated section for publishing findings from conferences, workshops, and similar events, ensuring the dissemination of knowledge from important scientific gatherings. With its broad scope and commitment to high-quality research and practice, JMP contributes to the advancement of healthcare by providing a platform for sharing valuable insights and promoting evidence-based care.Read more
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Dr. Syed Abdul Nasir Shah is a highly accomplished medical professional specializing in Family Medicine. He holds an MBBS degree from The Aga Khan University, Karachi, and has pursued additional qualifications, including MCPS in Family Medicine, FCPS in Family Medicine, MRCGP International, and FRCGP International. With extensive experience across various aspects of family medicine, Dr. Shah has actively contributed to research studies on contraception methods, sexually transmitted diseases, complications of circumcisions, disease pattern in earthquake, family physicians’ job satisfaction, and community perceptions of diseases. His research work has been published in reputable medical journals. In addition to his clinical expertise, Dr. Shah has held key administrative roles, serving as a Program Director for Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs, Director of Family Medicine Residency Programs, and Head of Family Medicine Departments at esteemed institutions such as the University of Health Sciences (UHS) and Fatima Memorial Hospital. He has made notable contributions to the field through his involvement as an Examiner for MRCGP International and the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP). Currently, Dr. Shah serves as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Central Institute of Family Medicine, where he continues to advance the practice of Family Medicine and enhance healthcare delivery in Pakistan. His expertise and dedication make him a highly respected figure in promoting quality healthcare in the country.