About the Journal
Focus and Scope
The American Journal of Health Sciences (AJHS) publishes papers that significantly contribute to the understanding of the health sciences. Using a wide range of research methods including statistical analysis, analytical work, case studies, field research and historical analysis, articles examine significant research questions from a broad range of perspectives. The goal of AJHS is to publish papers devoted to the dissemination of health science practice, research, and education knowledge.
AJHS is a widely cited, completely open access journal that is an essential for health sciences education professionals and practitioners. Article topics may include but are not limited to all aspects of health services research, nursing education, management of health services, sports education, allocation of healthcare resources, evaluation of different health markets and health services organizations, international comparative analysis of health systems, health economics, and health policies and regulations.
AJHS is published twice a year. Months of distribution are: June and December.
How To Cite This Journal
Please cite this journal as “American Journal of Health Sciences” in your references.
Article Submissions & Fees
Articles submitted to the Clute Institute for possible journal publication are subjected to a double-blind, peer review process. For more information about how to submit an article as well as details about all applicable publication fees, click a link below.
Hard copies of our journals are available for an additional fee.
- ABI Inform
- Directory of Research Journals Indexing
- Education Resources Information Center (ERIC)
- Google Scholar
- Ulrich’s Periodicals
Copernicus Journal Master List impact rating for 2015: 78.11
Authors, Editors, and members of the Editorial Team are expected to abide by all Clute Institute policies.