The Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences
The Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences (PJAHS) is the Official Publication of the University of Santo Tomas – College of Rehabilitation Sciences and is published semi annually. Its mission is to produce quality allied health science clinical practice that will enhance performance, promote wellness in the prevention of diseases and improve function among healthy and physically challenged individuals.
The Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences is an online Open Access peer-reviewed scholarly journal which encourages authors to publish original scholarly articles in the fields of physical therapy, occupational therapy, sports science, speech-language pathology, nursing, psychology, biomedical engineering, pharmacy, nutrition, education and other allied health sciences. PJAHS will consider submissions on the following topics: human biomechanics, exercise physiology, physical activity in pediatrics and geriatrics, ergonomics, physiologic profiling of athletes, sports injury monitoring and clinical practice patterns in the allied health sciences. PJAHS publishes original research, study protocols, systematic reviews and meta-synthesis, short reports, and letters to the editor.
Each article submitted is accepted with the understanding and commitment that it is to be published exclusively in the Philippine Journal of Allied Health Sciences, unless specific arrangements are made with the editorial board of the journal after submission of the article.
PJAHS publishes bi-annually with scheduled releases every February and August.
Archiving and Indexing
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- Microsoft Academic
- Semantic Scholar
- University of Santo Tomas – Miguel de Benavides Library Digital Collection
- DOST Science and Technology Information Network of the Philippines
- Directory of Open Access Journals
- Index Copernicus International – World of Journals
- International Scientific Indexing
PJAHS is published by the University of Santo Tomas.
- Address: España Blvd., Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines 1008
- Phone No.: 63-2-406-1611
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org