Journal of International Health Sciences and Management (JIHSAM) is a scientific journal published in the field of Health Services and Health Care Management. The journal publishes articles in accordance with international scientific criteria by conducting article reviews with the method of a double-blind referee. The publication language is English, as it adopts the publication of the findings of scientific studies to the international scientific world as a publication policy.
This journal is indexed in EBSCO Essentials, Scientific Indexing Services (SIS), Google Scholar, SOBIAD, and, Türkiye Atıf Dizini.
The journal, published since 2015, is published twice a year, excluding special issues. The journal includes field studies, reviews, and good practice examples in the field of health management. Journal of International Health Sciences and Management (JIHSAM) is published with the scientific contributions of the International Strategic Health Research Center (ISHRC).
Research ArticleThe Relationship Between Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction in Healthcare Professionals: A Meta-Analysis
Research ArticleEXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN E-HEALTH LITERACY AND RATIONAL DRUG USE: A STUDY ON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Research ArticleEvaluation of the Career Stress Levels of Students Studying in the Field of Health Sciences and the Factors Affecting Them.
Research ArticleThe effect of sacroılıac joınt dysfunctıons on statıc and dynamıc balance
Research ArticleA Relational Analysis of Violence inflicted on Healthcare Professionals
Research ArticleTHE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HEALTH COGNITIONS AND HEALTH SEEKING BEHAVIOR
Research ArticleThe Effect of Nurses' Netlessphobia Levels on Perceived Stress and Job Satisfaction Levels
Research ArticleEvaluation of Health Management Education Curriculum in terms of Disaster Management
Research ArticleSAĞLIK ÇALIŞANLARINDA PRESENTEEİSM VE İŞ YAŞAM DENGESİ ARASINDAKİ İLİŞKİ
Research ArticleHealth Accreditation Through The Perspectives Of Auditors
Research ArticleTHE EFFECT OF PATIENT EXPECTATIONS AND SATISFACTION ON REGIONAL TRUST IN HEALTH TOURISM: A PRIVATE HOSPITAL EXAMPLE