Indian Journal of Health Social Work
Official Publication of the All India Association of Medical Social Work Professionals
The Indian Journal of Health Social Work (IJHSW) is the culmination of the collective effort of social work professionals across the country to create a platform for exploration, discussion, research and action on the social determinants and correlates of health care.
The “Indian Journal of Health Social Work” is a bi-annual journal which will be published in the month of January and July in every year. The Indian Journal of Health Social Work is an official publication of All India Association of Medical Social Work Professionals (AIAMSWP). The journal accepts original research work, review articles, case reports, informative materials, commentary, forum, & brief communication related to social work practice in health care.
AIM AND SCOPE
The Indian Journal of Health Social Work is a forum for the publication, dissemination and debate of key ideas and researches focussed to contemporary social work practice with individuals, couples, families, groups & community in the field of health care. It also presents innovations in theoretical, practice, evidence-based clinical & community researches, and interdisciplinary approaches. The Indian Journal of Health Social Work is committed for updating the clinical knowledge of practitioners, educators & researchers. The journal welcomes submissions from areas of medical & psychiatric social work and also from other interdisciplinary subject related to healthcare fraternity.
- Review Articles
- Original Research Papers.
- Commentary & Invited articles
- Case Reports
- Short Communication
- Letters to the Editor
The “Indian Journal of Health Social Work” is a bi-annual journal which will be published in the month of January and July in every year.
Open Access Policy
This is E-journal which provides immediate free access to all the published articles and freely available for the public supports a worldwide exchange of knowledge in the website of Association.
The journal is strictly against any unethical act of copying or plagiarism in any form. Plagiarism is said to have occurred when large portions of a manuscript have been copied from existing previously published resources. All manuscripts submitted for publication to the Indian Journal of Health Social Work will be cross-checked for plagiarism. Manuscripts found to be plagiarized during any stages of review are out-rightly rejected and not considered for publication in the journal.
Authors note that manuscript cannot be withdrawn at any condition once it is accepted. The authors may not publish his/her manuscript anywhere else without the prior permission of the editor. The author warrants that his/her contribution is original. The Corresponding author accepts responsibility for publishing his/her manuscript/material on the behalf of any and all co-authors. Editor or Association is not responsible for any discrepancies or any conflict of interest arising out of manuscript.
Peer Review Process
All papers are peer-reviewed before publication. The journal does not charge the authors for submission, processing or publication of the articles.
The Indian Journal of Health Social Work is an official publication of All India Association of Medical Social Work Professionals (AIAMSWP). So, journal is not sponsored by any organization/institute/agency.
Volume 3 | Issue 2 | JUL -DEC 2021
Mental Illness Become a Global Burden in Current Pandemic
Psychosocial Issues Associated With Mining Industry: A Brief Review
Lived Experiences Of Children Exposed To Family Violence: An Indepth Analysis
Impact Of Covid-19 On Reproductive Health Care Services Among Women: A Cross Sectional Study In Select District Of Odisha
Daytime Sleepiness, Sleep Quality and Sleep Habits Among Undergraduate Students
Knowledge, Attitute, Perceived Stress and Psychological Problems of the Undergraduate University Students in Relation to SARS-COV-2 Pandemic: A Descriptive Study from India
Barriers, Cultural Variance and Pathways to Psychiatric Care: A Systemic Review
A Case of Person with Premature Ejaculation: Psychiatric Social Work Intervention
Instructions for Authors
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