Aims & Scope


International Journal of Health and Applied Sciences that can be sent to the journal are Health Sciences (Department of Nursing, Occupational Health And Safety Department, Department Of Physiotherapy And Rehabilitation, Department Of Nutrition And Dietetics, Department Of Midwifery, Basic Medical Sciences Division, Medical Sciences Division, Surgical Medical Sciences Division), Basic Field of Science and Mathematics (Biology, Physics, Statistics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Molecular Biology and Genetics), Basic of Engineering (Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Bioengineering, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Marine and Ship Engineering, Electrical-Electronics Engineering, Electronics-Communications Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Energy Systems Engineering, Food Sciences and Engineering, Survey Engineering , Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mining Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Textile Sciences and Engineering, Aerospace-Aerospace Engineering, Earth Sciences and Engineering), Natural sciences (Agriculture, Forestry and Aquaculture). The journal is also indexing in the directory and platforms such as ......Google Scholar, .. aiming at increase the sharing and spread of information at national and international levels.


Original research articles prepared in the International Journal of Health and Applied Sciences, which have not been published before, in English and Turkish languages, research articles whose abstracts have been published in congress books, and compilation articles suitable for the journal are published.

Manuscript evaluation criteria of the journal and process are available in related links. The content of all submitted papers is controlled via plagiarism audit software iThenticate: Plagiarism Detection Software to the ethical policy of our journal. Responsibilities of scientific contents, results, and convenience of the ethical rules of the published manuscript belong to the author(s).