Aims & Scope

Journal of Nutrition & Allied Health Sciences (JNAHS) is an open-access journal that aims to disseminate rigorously peer-reviewed research in health and rehabilitation sciences, with a special focus on biological, clinical, and socio-humanistic aspects. The journal's primary goal is to strengthen nutrition, rehabilitation, and allied health sciences, which can contribute to improving the health, functioning, and wellness of communities living with limitations in functioning that experience disabilities.

JNAHS accepts submissions that adopt diverse methodologies, including quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods, and policy briefs, in the form of original articles, reviews, case studies, case reports, viewpoints, communications, letters, and commissioned editorials. The journal covers a spectrum of multidisciplinary fields that discuss trends and developments in health sciences, rehabilitation sciences, and related fields.

The journal publishes a regular volume annually, and special issues of importance may cater to a collection of papers on a specific theme and be guest-edited. Additionally, the journal has a dedicated section for publishing findings from conferences, workshops, and similar events. Organizers can publish proceedings of scientific meetings after discussions with the journal's editors/publisher.