About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Journal of Health is an interdisciplinary media as a communication medium for disseminating information on research results and reviews in the health sector. Its scope includes the fields of Nutrition, Medical Records and Health Information, Epidemiology, Health Promotion, Maternal and Child Health, and Management of Health Services.

Currently indexed Health Journal is Sinta, Garuda, Google Scholar, Crossref, Dimensions, WorldCat.

Peer Review Process

Manuscripts that have passed the scope selection will be submitted to one reviewer, with a double blind review type. The review process is carried out within a period of 4 weeks. When the reviewer does not respond within the specified time limit, the review will be carried out by the section editor. The reviewer will provide recommendations for each manuscript that is reviewed, the final decision on the manuscript will be published is on the managing editor.

Reviewer's Instructions

1, Title

The title must be in accordance with the research objectives and reflect the results of the research. Titles that do not match the contents will be returned to the author or rejected. Title in Indonesian and English.

2. Abstract

Abstract contains elements of introduction or introduction to the problem or topic, research objectives, sampling methods and techniques, research results, and conclusions.

3. Introduction

The introduction contains the background of the problem that is compiled at the beginning of the paragraph, the next few paragraphs describe the study of literature which contains the development of the latest knowledge (state of the art) which is directly related to the issues raised. The next paragraph contains the facts from the research results, the level of urgency of the problem, the justification of the problem. The last paragraph of the introduction contains a description of the research objectives.

4. Research Method

The research method includes research design, research variables, population and samples, sampling technique (for quantitative research types), research instruments, data analysis and statistical tests (if any)

5. Results

The results include the results of univariate and bivariate analysis (for quantitative research). The research results are stated in detail according to the research objectives.

6. Discussion

The discussion refers to the results of the research, in the discussion it is necessary to include theories, and opinions based on research results and theoretical conclusions from researchers. The discussion contains everything about the discrepancy between facts and theories that are supported by the results of similar research.

7. Conclusion

The conclusion contains a summary of the research results, for quantitative research that uses statistical tests, it is recommended to include quantity or numbers as the final conclusion.

8. Bibliography

Reference sources for a maximum of the last 10 years, specifically for references in the field of information engineering, health policies for a maximum of the last 5 years. Number of lists using alphabetical writing model (Harvard Style)

Open Access Policy

This journal provides open access which in principle makes research freely available to the public and will support the largest global exchange of knowledge.

Publishing Frequency

Journal of Health is published 3 times / year, namely April, August and December

Publication Ethics

CODE OF CONDUCT FOR EDITORS

1. Publication Decision

The editor has the authority to select and decide which articles to publish. Decisions are made based on the level of article contributions and recommendations from reviewers. The editor carries out his duties in accordance with the policies of the journal Manager and complies with applicable legal provisions such as defamation, copyright infringement, and plagiarism.

2. Objective Assessment

The editor evaluates a manuscript based on its intellectual content without discrimination in religion, ethnicity, ethnicity, gender, nation, and others.

3. Confidentiality

Editors and editorial staff may not disclose any information about manuscripts that have been received to anyone, other than the authors, reviewers, prospective reviewers, and the editorial board.

4. Conflict of Interest

Article material that is submitted to the Journal of Health and has not been published may not be used for the editor's personal research without the written permission of the author. Information or ideas obtained through blind review must be kept confidential and not used for personal gain. Editors must refuse to review a manuscript if the editor has a conflict of interest, due to a competitive, collaborative, or other relationship with the author, company, or institution with which the manuscript is related.

5. Cooperation in Investigation

Editors must take responsive steps if there are complaints regarding ethics in manuscripts that have been received or in articles that have been published. The editor can contact the manuscript writer and give consideration to the complaint. Editors can also do