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Iranian Journal of Public Health


Title Abbreviation
Iran J Public Health
ISSN
2251-6085
Electronic ISSN
2251-6093
Readership
Epidemiologists, Geneticists, Health Scientists, Health Service Researchers, Healthcare Executives, Immunologists, Mental Health Specialists, Microbiologists, Nutritionists, Public Health Professionals
Scope
Iranian Journal of Public Health has been continuously published since 1971, as the only Journal in all health domains, with wide distribution (including WHO in Geneva and Cairo) in two languages (English and Persian). From 2001 issue, the Journal is published only in English language. During the last 43 years more than 2000 scientific research papers, results of health activities, surveys and services, have been published in this Journal. To meet the increasing demand of respected researchers, as of January 2012, the Journal is published monthly. I wish this will assist to promote the level of global knowledge. The main topics that the Journal would welcome are: Bioethics, Disaster and Health, Entomology, Epidemiology, Health and Environment, Health Economics, Health Services, Immunology, Medical Genetics, Mental Health, Microbiology, Nutrition and Food Safety, Occupational Health, Oral Health.
Sponsoring Association(s)
Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Publisher Name
Tehran University of Medical Sciences
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