African Health Journal


African Health Journal

Publisher: Makerere University Medical School

The African Health Sciences is an internationally refereed journal
publishing original articles on research, clinical practice, public
health, policy, planning, implementation and evaluation, in the health
and related sciences relevant to Africa and the tropics.

Its objectives are to:

- Advocate for and promote the growth of reading culture in sub Saharan
- Provide a high quality journal in which health and policy and other
researchers and practitioners in the region can and world wide, can
publish their work;
- Promote relevant health system research and publication in the region
including alternative means of health care financing, the burden of and
solution of health problems in marginalized urban and rural communities
amongst the displaced and others affected by conflict;
- Promote research and the systematic collection and collation and
publication of data on diseases and conditions of equity and influence;
Promote development of evidence-based policies and guidelines for
clinical, public health and other practitioners.

It is published three times a year, April, August and December.

Subscriptions are $45.00/year for an individual in a developed country.

Original posting date: 
Monday, November 24, 2003
©1995 - 2014 Georgetown University Library
37th & O Streets NW Washington DC 20057-1174   •   202.687.7607