Aims & Scope
The Afghan Medical Journal (AMJ) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed Journal of the Kabul University of Medical Science Abu Ali Ibn Sina. The journal covers scholarly articles in the fields of Medicine, Dentistry, Public health, Nursing, Allied health sciences (Technology, Anesthesia, community college, Midwifery, Allied health and other health professions).
AMJ is an Open Access Journal that can be accessed and downloaded online for free. Thus, ensuring high visibility and increase of citations for all the published research articles. The journal aims to facilitate scholarly work on recent theoretical and practical aspects of health and medical sciences.
Academics, Policymakers, and researchers are open to submit their manuscripts. The papers submitted to the AMJ should describe original and unpublished works, not currently review by another journal. Papers for publication are selected through peer review in order to ensure originality, relevance and readability. Upon preliminary evaluation by the editorial board, the papers are sent to reviewers (experts in respective fields) for evaluation. The decision of the Editor-in-chief to publish a paper in consensus with reviewers’ opinion is considered final.