About the Journal
The International Journal of Pharmacy & Integrated Health Sciences (IJPIHS) is a high quality international refereed research journal with an EISSN: 2789-2840 & PISSN: 2958-1656 that is published on a biannual basis (March, September). It calls for papers in areas relevant to Health Sciences. This journal aims to establish itself as a platform for exchanging ideas on emerging trends in pharmaceutical and integrated health sciences that need more focus and exposure. IJPIHS is always committed to publishing articles that will strengthen the knowledge of upcoming Academicians, Researchers and Scientists.
All the articles published in journal will made freely accessible online immediately after publication in an easily readable format, without any subscription or registration barrier.
IJPIHS is approved by HEC (Y category)
Journal specification of issues per year: Biannual (2 times a year)
Non-article content if applicable: Editorial
Review process: Double Blind
Article processing charges or APCs, Publication, and other charges: None
Open access: All the articles published in journal will made freely accessible online immediately after publication in an easily readable format, without any subscription or registration barrier.
Copyright Notice: IJPIHS Work Licensed Under 4.0
Online Research Publications by authors is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Author rights: The authors retain the copyright to their work without restrictions, licensing it under the Creative Commons Attribution License.
Archiving: This journal utilizes the LOCKSS, CLOCKSS and PKP Preservation Network (PN) archival system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration.
Self-Archiving: Authors are permitted to deposit all versions of their paper in an institutional or subject repository:
1. Author’s Accepted Manuscript
2. Version of Record
3. No embargo is applied.