Journal of Community Medicine and Wellness Programs



Journal of Community Medicine and Wellness Programs (JCMWP) is an international, multidisciplinary open access online bimonthly journal provides a display space for researchers, physicians and healthcare professionals to disseminate their research findings, reviews, concepts and information on all aspects of community medicine.

JCMWP publishes original articles, review articles, editorials, short communications, surveys and brief reports, etc in all areas of community medicine, especially up-to-date research, novel concepts on health care delivery, national health problems, epidemiology, biostatistics, community Health, nutrition, expanded Programs on individual hygiene and social medicine.

All submissions to the JCMWP undergo a loyal, supportive, and double-blind peer-review process. All articles are immediately available to read and reuse upon publication. Articles published in JCMWP enables user/ reader/ peer to use the content with clear permission in a way that it can be reused and redistributed as long as the article source is appropriately given credit for non-commercial purpose.

Journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

JCMWP welcomes direct submissions of manuscripts from authors to the submission portal in website and also through as an attachment.

Scope of the Journal But not Limited to:

Ambulatory Care
Behavioral Health
Child Health
Children Care
Clinical Care
Communicable Diseases
Community Health
Community Healthcare
Community Medicine
Community Occupational Medicine
Control of Endemic Diseases
Environmental Health
Family Health Care
Family Medicine
Global Public Health
Health Care Delivery
Health Care Financing
Health Communication
Health Disparities
Health Economics
Health Education
Health Inequalities
Health Issues
Health Planning and Management
Health Policy
Health Promotion
Health Protection
Hospital Management

Indigenous Health
Medical Anthropology
Medical Sociology
Mental Health
Mental Health Education
Mother and Child Health
National Health Problems
Nutrition Education
Occupational Hazards
Occupational Health
Occupational Therapy Education
Population Health
Preventive Medicine
Primary Health Care
Primary Healthcare
Provision of Essential Drugs
Psychosocial Health
Public Health
Public Health Administration
Public Health Nursing
Public Health Nutrition
Quality of Life
Reproductive Health
Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation
Sexual Violence
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Social and Preventive Medicine
Social Medicine
Treatment of Endemic Diseases
Women’s Healthcare