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International Journal of Healthcare Education and Medical Informatics

Official Publications : Advanced Research Publications
eISSN : 2455-9199
DOI Of Journal :
Online: Quarterly ‍
Print: Bi-Annual
Publishing Since: 2014
Origin: India
Language: English
Index Copernicus Value (ICV): ICV 2019: 78.06, 2020: 66.15


International Journal of Healthcare Education and Medical Informatics

Name: Dr (Prof.) Sushil Kumar Shukla

Affiliation: Professor, Biostatistics, Department of Community Medicine Uttar Pradesh University of Medical Sciences Saifai, Etawah, U.P. - 206130.

Scopus ID: 39863420300

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Scope of the Journal

The vision of the International Journal of Healthcare Education and Medical Informatics is empowerment and facilitation to the academic world to excel in community development. The objectives are to provide a flexible but stable platform for expression, innovation, and experimentation to students, researchers, educators, policymakers, government and community people in the field of education and training in health education including medical and clinical education and allied medical sciences, including dentistry, nursing, midwifery and physiotherapy. Its scope includes application of IT in all levels of healthcare system: curriculum development and planning; medical education; continuing professional development, pedagogic practise; communication skills; student selection; assessment tools and techniques of teaching-learning; objective and subjective assessment; development of medical education research; design and production of teaching-learning materials; web-based learning; information and communication technologies in medical and health education; clinical decision-making; clinical reasoning; internationalization of healthcare education; leadership in health education; evaluation and monitoring research; measurement and evaluation in medical education; post-examination analysis of objective tests; community education and health literacy; information systems including national and international registration systems; hospital information system; document handling system; system integration with the healthcare education; computer and website aided medical decisions; protocol developments; artificial intelligence.

Indexing Information: Index Copernicus International, DRJI.

International Journal of Healthcare Education and Medical Informatics

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