About Journal

Journal of Community Medicine and Health Research (JCMHR) is an International Peer-Reviewed Open Access Journal publishing original research contributions and advances in the field of Community Medicine and Health Education. Covering all broad research areas, our journal aims to promote information in Community Medicine and enhance standards of scientific literacy among peers, which could in turn aid in providing improved healthcare. It also serves as a platform to promote meetings and news relating to Community Medicine and its related researches.

Pubtexto Journal of Community Medicine and Health Education helps students, researchers, clinicians, medical practitioners and other healthcare professionals find up-to-date information about on-going researches in the field of community medicine.

JCMHR welcomes your efforts in the form of research, review papers, short communications, editorials, Book reviews, commentary, or any other type of articles relating to all aspects of Community Medicine and Health Education.



Aim and Scope

Journal of Community Medicine and Health Research includes a wide range of fields in its discipline to create a platform for the authors to make their contribution towards the journal and the editorial office. Our journal promises a peer review process for submitted manuscripts and ensures quality in publishing.

The following classifications and topics related to the community medicine will be considered for publication in our journal but, not limited to the following fields:

  • Epidemiology
  • Trauma & Rehabilitation
  • Obesity & Weight management
  • Health, Safety and Infection Control
  • Women's Healthcare
  • Community Occupational Medicine
  • Medical Entomology
  • HIV transmission and prevention
  • Antivirals & Vaccines
  • Basic Immunology


Current Issue



Journal Spotlight

  •    Viral Hepatitis
  •    Children Care
  •    Viral Enteric Diseases & Cancers
  •    Mental Health Education
  •    Nutritional Education
  •    Occupational Therapy Education
  •    Sexual Violence
  •    Veterinary and Agricultural Viruses
  •    Social & Preventive Medicine