Adolescent Medicine and Health Care (AMHC)
Rajendra D. Badgaiyan (Editor-in-Chief), Richmond university medical center, USA.
To present the most recent research and advances in adolescent medicine with applications for practice. Specifically addressing the acute and chronic health care problems of adolescents and young adults.
Aims & Scope: Adolescent Medicine and Health Care (AMHC) is an open access multidisciplinary scientific Journal, which seeks to publish new research findings in the field of Adolescent Medicine and Health ranging from the basic biological and behavioral sciences to public health and policy.
AMHC journal is dedicated to publishing high-quality peer-reviewed articles that cover a wide range of topics such as Mental Health, Eating disorders; obesity; substance abuse and addiction; behavioral concerns; biofeedback for chronic headaches and abdominal pain, pediatric and adolescent gynecology; transgender care; and adolescent male health, Nutrition and Exercise, Special Health Care Needs, Social, Cultural and Political Dimensions of Health, Public Health, Legal and Ethical Issues, gender-based violence, Morbidities associated with the Female Athlete Triad.
The scope of the journal covers Research Articles, Review Articles, Methodology Articles, Short Communications, Case Study/Case Reports, Research Reports, Monographs, Special Issues, Editorials research articles, Reviews, short communications and scientific commentaries that span the spectrum of adolescent medicine and Health.
All aspects of health maintenance, preventative measures, disease treatment interventions, studies investigating the poor outcomes for some treatments in this group of patients and the challenges when transitioning from adolescent to adult care as well as understanding of disparities in adolescent health, promote adolescent health equity, and improve adolescent health outcomes are addressed within the journal.
We hope that strong criteria for the peer-review process, transparency of the editorial policy ensures the success of this journal, and we rely on continuing support of the scientific community in all aspects of the journal’s activity.