Journal of Etiological Diagnosis

Aims and Scope

Journal of Etiologic diagnosis (JED) is a new advancement in the field of medical diagnosis. It is an evidence-based approach to diagnosing and managing diseases of unknown cause or origin. This method uses data from multiple sources to better understand why a person is experiencing certain symptoms and how to appropriately treat them. JED encourages healthcare providers to consider factors such as genetics, social determinants of health, and psychosocial and environmental factors in addition to traditional clinical assessment.


JED promotes early detection and prevention of diseases by providing an analytics-driven approach to understanding health and illness. The combination of data science, medical storytelling, and medical observations can help medical practitioners to diagnose medical conditions early, provide accurate treatments, and improve patient care, and etiological pathways, particularly related to epidemiological, epidemiologic, and/or genetic factors. The scope of JED includes studies of the causes and underlying mechanisms related to human diseases and their risk factors in etiological research, including epidemiology, genetic models, public health, and clinical trials. Its primary focus is to investigate hypotheses in the fields of pathogenesis, genetics, epidemiology, environmental and clinical science, and public health.


The scope of the Journal of Etiological Diagnosis(JED) is particularly relevant to the medical sciences, including medical biology, biochemistry, epidemiology, and clinical practice. The journal seeks to advance the understanding of the etiological diagnosis of diseases and related conditions. It aims to bring together the latest findings of clinical and basic research, both nationally and internationally, to facilitate the delivery of the most effective diagnostic tests and treatments. Journal of Etiological Diagnosis(JED) also encourages papers focusing on novel diagnostic methodologies and innovative treatments, as well as those related to ethics and quality of care.


JED aim is to publish a complete and reliable source of information on the advanced and very latest research topics. It provides a platform for researchers and scientists to investigate the advanced and latest research developments in the field of etiology. Etiology is the investigation of cause or origin. In epidemiology, etiology plays an important role to figure out the origin and cause of the disease. Etiology points out the many factors coming close to causing a sickness. JED accepts and publishes article types such as Research, Review, Literature review, Conference proceedings, Case reports, Short communication, Thesis, Letter to the editor, and Editorials.


We have listed a few keywords to indicate the scope of the journal. If you have any questions, please do contact us.


  • Etiology of asthma
  • Etiology of veterinary diseases
  • Environmental Epidemiology
  • Antimicrobial therapy
  • Etiology of pneumonia
  • Etiology of depression
  • Etiology of systemic diseases
  • Etiology of stroke
  • Diagnostic accuracy
  • Etiology diagnosis
  • Behavioural epidemiology
  • Etiology of allergy
  • Etiology of infection
  • Etiology of neurological disorders
  • Disease diagnosis
  • Medical diagnostics
  • Differential diagnosis
  • Laboratory diagnostics
  • Clinical diagnosis
  • Molecular diagnostics
  • Radiological diagnostics
  • Pathological diagnosis
  • Serological diagnosis
  • Microbiological diagnosis
  • Genetic diagnosis
  • Immunological diagnosis
  • Hematological diagnosis
  • Imaging diagnostics
  • Cancer diagnosis
  • Infectious disease diagnosis
  • Autoimmune disease diagnosis
  • Cardiovascular disease diagnosis
  • Respiratory disease diagnosis
  • Gastrointestinal disease diagnosis
  • Endocrine disease diagnosis
  • Neurological disease diagnosis
  • Renal disease diagnosis
  • Dermatological diagnosis
  • Musculoskeletal disease diagnosis
  • Ophthalmological diagnosis
  • Oral and dental disease diagnosis
  • Reproductive disease diagnosis
  • Prenatal diagnosis
  • Pediatric diagnosis
  • Elderly diagnosis
  • Diagnosis accuracy
  • Diagnosis reliability
  • Diagnosis validity
  • Diagnosis sensitivity
  • Diagnosis specificity
  • Diagnosis precision
  • Diagnosis speed
  • Diagnosis efficiency
  • Diagnosis cost-effectiveness
  • Diagnostic testing
  • Diagnostic criteria
  • Diagnostic algorithms
  • Diagnostic imaging techniques
  • Diagnostic laboratory techniques
  • Diagnostic procedures
  • Diagnostic tools
  • Diagnostic software
  • Diagnostic equipment
  • Diagnostic guidelines


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