Mission and Scope of “International Journal of Engineering, Management, and Medical Research”
The mission of the “International Journal of Engineering, Management, and Medical Research” (IJEMMR) is to serve as a prominent and comprehensive platform for the dissemination of high-quality research in the fields of engineering, management, and medical sciences. The journal aims to foster academic excellence, innovation, and collaboration by providing researchers, academicians, practitioners, and professionals from around the globe with a distinguished outlet to share their original and impactful contributions. IJEMMR is committed to advancing knowledge and promoting advancements in these diverse domains, thus contributing to the betterment of society and addressing real-world challenges.
The “International Journal of Engineering, Management, and Medical Research” seeks to encompass a wide spectrum of research topics and multidisciplinary perspectives. The scope of the journal includes, but is not limited to, the following areas:
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Computer Science and Engineering
Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials
Robotics and Automation
Sustainable and Green Technologies
Human Resource Management
Operations and Supply Chain Management
Project and Quality Management
Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Technology and Information Management
3. Medical Research:
Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Public Health and Epidemiology
Medical Imaging and Radiology
Healthcare Management and Policy
Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
Medical Devices and Instrumentation
IJEMMR considers various types of scholarly contributions, including but not limited to:
Original Research Articles: Reporting significant and original research findings.
Review Articles: Comprehensive reviews and critical analysis of existing literature on specific topics.
Short Communications: Concise reports on important research findings or preliminary studies.
Case Studies: Detailed examination and analysis of real-life cases relevant to the journal’s scope.
Letters to the Editor: Discussions, comments, and perspectives on previously published articles.
Book Reviews: Evaluations of books related to engineering, management, and medical research.