Scope of the journal

The Journal focus is on prognosis of health care to relate scientific assessment in the promotion of Health. Journal of Public Health Aspects comprises of information allied to emphasize good health, public health programs, public policy, insurance medicine and promotion of healthy behaviors, communities and other environments. View More...
Original ResearchOpen Access

Development of fortified bread using peptide-iron chelate: A perspective to prevent iron deficiency anemia

Tatiane Takeda, Marta M. D Carvalho Vila, Luciane L Sant ’Ana, Patrícia Severino, Victor M Balcão, Juliana Fonseca de Souza, Thais Francine Ribeiro Alves, José Martins O Júnior, Marco Vinícius Chaud
Journal of Public Health Aspects 3: 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Empirical comparisons of malpractice claims of different medical specialties

James Reich, Alan Schatzberg
Journal of Public Health Aspects 2: 2

Original ResearchOpen Access

Prevalence of sexual activity in older Malaysian adolescents and associated factors

S Maria Awaluddin, Noor Ani Ahmad, Noridah Mohd. Saleh, Tahir Aris, Noraida Mohd Kasim, Noor Azlin Muhammad Sapri, Nik Rubiah Nik Abdul Rashid
Journal of Public Health Aspects 2: 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Physician intention to counsel on physical activity: results from a pilot theory of planned behavior questionniare

Timothy K. Behrens, Vanessa J. Harbour
Journal of Public Health Aspects 1: 2

Original ResearchOpen Access

Oral health seeking behaviour among Malaysians with type II diabetes

Norhafizah Sahril, Tahir Aris, Ahmad Sharifuddin Mohd Asari, Siew Lian Yaw, Natifah Che Saleh, Mohd Azahadi Omar, Chien Huey  Teh, Khairiyah Abdul Muttalib, Mohd Feisul Idzwan, Lee Lan Low, Nooral Zeila Junid, Fatanah Ismail, Noor Aliyah Ismail, Norain Abu Talib
Journal of Public Health Aspects 1: 1

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Journal of Public Health Aspects

Biostatistical methods, Environmental and occupational health, Health behavior, Health promotion and society, Fundamental and applied Epidemiology, Health service effectiveness, Health management and re-design, Control of communicable diseases, Health promotion and disease prevention, Evaluation of public health programmes, Public health governance, Health law and Ethics, Public health policy.

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