Our journal on family medicine publishes current research findings, systematic reviews, policy analysis, narrative essays and communications inclined towards medical care and research, health services research and work force health policies. We do not limit the journal to educational research from primary health care workers or educators but also encourage papers from authors active in their academic fields and expand to variety of specialities.
Major focus on addressing health and patient-centered is given. Priority is given to high quality patient related articles that have focused on solving the issue. Research articles from social and health, clinical and biomedical are encouraged.
Original research, theory, methodology and essays from communities, policy-makers, patients, clinicians and families are also published to create awareness amongst the general public. Selective systematic reviews are also published that increase the knowledge on new methods, research directions and new theories.
Manuscripts that are related to policy, practice and theory development, qualitative and quantitative applications are also welcomed. Researches that bring various dimensions together and practice based publications are also encouraged.