Innovation in Health for Society is open access, peer review, international Journal for healthcare practitioner who cares and gives health services in hospitals or community settings. The journal is aimed at providing current knowledge in innovation focusing on health care. The meaning of 'innovation' is provided in this section. Journal covers the whole spectrum of innovation in health care including skills and knowledge in Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Midwifery, and other health-related topics. It supports the publication of local issues of relevance to a wider international community to disseminate good practice.

Innovation in Health for Society is clinically focused, community-focused, evidence-based, and welcomes contributions in the following clinical and non-clinical areas:

Medicine
Nursing
Pharmacy
Physiotherapy
Midwifery
Clinical audit
Clinical governance
Healthcare services
Reflective analysis
Education
Management
Research
Leadership;
other health-related topics

The Journal welcomes original research papers, practice development papers and literature reviews.  It also invites shorter papers such as case reports, patent, critical commentary, reflective analysis, and reports of audit, as well as contributions to regular sections such as the media reviews section. The Innovation in Health for Society supports the development of academic writing within the specialty and particularly welcomes papers from young researchers or practitioners who are seeking to build a publication profile.

 

Readership

The journal reaches healthcare professionals working in a variety of settings across the whole spectrum of hospitals and community settings.