Annals of Military and Health Sciences Research

AMHSR is the Official Journal of AJA University of Medical Sciences

Annals of Military and Health Sciences Research

Overview

Organization: AJA University of Medical Sciences
ISSN: e: 2383-1960 | p: 2383-1979
Frequency: quarterly

Abstracted/Indexed: Index Copernicus | EBSCO | Open J-Gate | WHO- EMRO | Scientific Information Database (SID) | ISC | MagIran | Google Scholar | World Cat, more


Scope: Military Health


COPE member: Since 2014

Time to First Decision 32 Days
Review Time 6 Days
Publishing Process 20 Days

recent articles

vol. 20 , issue 2
6 articles
Jun 2022
27
Jul
2022
Ann Mil Health Sci Res

Violence Against Frontline Emergency Nurses During COVID-19 Pandemic in Guilan: A Cross-Sectional Study

Atefeh Ghanbari ORCID , Latif Panahi ORCID , Somaye Pouy ORCID *
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Uncorrected Proof scheduled for 20 (2)
26
Jul
2022
Ann Mil Health Sci Res

Relationship Between Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC) and Body Mass Index (BMI) in Children Aged 6 - 12 Years: A Cross-sectional Study

Banafshe Dormanesh ORCID , Zahra Sadat Asadi ORCID * , Hossein Dini Talatappeh ORCID , Shahrzad Ebrahimi
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Uncorrected Proof scheduled for 20 (2)
26
Jul
2022
Ann Mil Health Sci Res

Dimensions and Components of Brand-Based Human Resources Management in Pharmaceutical Companies: A Case Study

Akbar Hasanpoor, Saeed Jafarniya, Yousef Vakili, Leila Taghavi *
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Uncorrected Proof scheduled for 20 (2)
19
Jul
2022
Ann Mil Health Sci Res

Evaluating the Effect of a Natural Formulation Based on Hordeum Vulgare on the Recovery of COVID-19 Patients: Application of Survival Analysis in a Clinical Trial

Seyedeh Zahra Amini, Nezhat Shakeri * , Seyed Mohammad Amini, Roshanak Mokaberinejad, Fatemeh Sadat Hasheminasab, Maryam Azimi ORCID , et al.
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Uncorrected Proof scheduled for 20 (2)
29
Jun
2022
Ann Mil Health Sci Res

Mitochondrial Biogenesis in Continuous vs. High-Intensity Interval Swimming

Fatemeh Heiat ORCID , Mohsen Ghanbarzadeh * , Rouhollah Ranjbar, Manzar Banoo Shojaeifard
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Uncorrected Proof scheduled for 20 (2)
14
Jun
2022
Ann Mil Health Sci Res

The Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in the Resilience of Recovered COVID-19 Patients at the Peak of the Pandemic

Roya Mohammadi , Mohammadali Fardin ORCID * , Hossein Jenaabadi ORCID
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Uncorrected Proof scheduled for 20 (2)