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Journal: Nepal Health Research Council

Online ISSN: 1999-6217

Print ISSN: 1727-5482

Publisher Name: Nepal Health Research Council

Starting Year: 2002

Website URL:

Country: Nepal


Research Discipline Medical

Frequency: Monthly

Research Language: English

About Journal:

About Journal: 

The Journal of the Nepal Health Research Council (JNHRC) is an official, peer-reviewed, biomedical journal of the NHRC. The journal has been published since 2002, and since 2012 it is being published trimesterly. The journal publishes articles related to research conducted in the field of biomedical sciences including medical science, public health and health care management, and also covers ethical and social issues in health. It gives preference to clinically oriented studies over experimental and animal studies. The journal publishes original articles, reviews, case reports, viewpoints and letters to the editor.

The principal aim of the JNHRC is to increase the visibility and access to open-access scientific and scholarly articles, thereby increasing their application and impact. Readers have permission to read, download, copy, distribute and print any of the published articles. JNHRC does not charge to access full text articles, nor are there any fees to submit, process or publish articles. The journal is PubMed indexed.

Conduct research in the various fields relating to health within the Nepal aligning with the health priorities identified in the National Health Policy of the Government of Nepal.
Provide a specific policy direction for the regulation, promotion, implementation, management and utilization of health research in Nepal.
Define health research need and set research priorities for the national health system.
Monitor and evaluate research works related to health and make appropriate recommendations.
Publish and publicize the research experiences and the results of research relating at the national and international levels.
Coordinate with foreign researchers and research institution to carry out some part of the research in a foreign country if there is no facility to carry out such research within the Nepal.
To obtain information as to the study and research or works done on health-related various problems appearing in the world and give information to the Government of Nepal.


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