Journal of Clinical Research In HIV AIDS And Prevention

Journal of Clinical Research In HIV AIDS And Prevention

Open Access & Peer-Reviewed

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Aims And Scope

 

Open Access Pub launches the Open Peer-Reviewed Journal – “Journal of Clinical Research In HIV AIDS And Prevention" publishes the most significant new research papers or any other original contribution on new concepts in all areas pertaining to its scope and research being done in the world, thus ensuring its scientific priority and significance.

 

The Journal of Clinical Research in HIV and AIDS and Prevention (JCRHAP) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes fundamental and applied research related to HIV/AIDS prevention, intervention and treatment. The journal provides a platform for researchers and practitioners to share their knowledge and experience and to provide a forum for researchers to discuss and disseminate scientific knowledge on the various aspects of HIV/AIDS. 

 

The journal spans a range of topics including public health, epidemiology, clinical medicine, health economics, biomedical sciences, health policy and health services. It also covers a wide array of topics such as psychosocial aspects of HIV/AIDS, pharmacoepidemiology, drug resistance, antiretroviral therapy, HIV co-infection and vaccine development. 


By providing unrestricted access to its content, the journal seeks to maximize the impact of research and contribute to the overall improvement of health outcomes in vulnerable populations. It also promotes a culture of scientific inquiry and encourages meaningful collaborations with key HIV/AIDS stakeholders. JCRHAP  aims to empower researchers and clinicians to share their knowledge and experiences while adhering to the highest standards of research ethics and publication integrity. 

 

Contributions from the following research areas are invited but not limited to the following branches –
 

Scope of JCRHAP

  • Alternative medicine
  • Antivirals, Combination Therapies, and Vaccine Development
  • B-cell abnormalities associated with HIV
  • Care and Treatment of HIV/AIDS
  • Clinicopathological Manifestations
  • Comparative assessments of therapies
  • Consumer and patient education and health literacy programs
  • Diagnostics, Early Detection, and Monitoring
  • Drug research
  • Epidemiology of HIV
  • Health economics and public health policy
  • Management and treatment of associated disorders
  • Opportunistic infections in HIV/AIDS
  • Pathogenicity of HIV/AIDS
  • Patient adherence, quality of life, satisfaction
  • Patient-physician relationship
  • Pediatric HIV and AIDS
  • Present and future therapeutic options
  • Prevention of HIV/AIDS
  • Programs and measures for their future wellbeing
  • Social and psychological issues of the affected
  • Specialists case reports
  • Spread, Resistance, and Prevention Methods
  • Viral targets identification
  • Virology and immunology of HIV/AIDS

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