The Journal of Nepal Public Health Association (JNEPHA) is published by Nepal Public Health Association. Lalitpur, Nepal.
Aim and Scope
The Journal of Nepal Public Health Association (JNEPHA) is a biannual online Open Access, peer-reviewed journal in the field of public health. The aim of the journal is to enrich deliberation and dissemination of scientific knowledge in the field of public health to inform policies and improve evidence based practices.
The JNEPHA publishes papers on wider areas of public health from epidemiology, family health and nutrition, environmental and occupational health, health promotion and education, health policy and health systems, health economics, communicable and non-communicable diseases, mental health, sexual and reproductive health, maternal and child health as well as on areas related to public health innovations and emerging health issues. JNEPHA strongly encourages to submit the manuscripts with the use of multidisciplinary approaches and analyses.
In addition to original research articles, JNEPHA also welcomes submissions in the forms of the review article, systematic review and meta-analysis, perspectives and debate articles, viewpoints, case study, reflections from the field and letter to the editor.
Publication Charge Policy
This journal does not charge any fee for publication.
Please submit your manuscript before
18 December 2020 to be published in February 2021
For details on instruction to the authors, please visit:
Journal of Nepal Public Health Association
Tel.: +977 1 5549509
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