International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences
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International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences

International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences

International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Siva Rami Reddy E
E-ISSN: 2616-4493
P-ISSN: 2616-4485
Indexing: Google Scholar
Abbreviated Title: Int. J. Hom. Sci.


International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences is a peer reviewed international open access journal, which is abstracted in various reputed databases. The Journal provides the platform with the aim of motivating the researchers in field of Homoeopathic Sciences.

Abstracting and Indexing Information:
Indexed in: Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, CrossRef, Scilit, jAccess, ResearchGate, Academia

The journal publishes original research articles, review articles, case reports, book reviews and letters to the editor, which related to demonstrating the application of Homoeopathy in different areas of Clinical practice, Homoeopathic Medical Education, Community care, Hospital based Homoeopathic Practice, Drug proving, clinical research, extramural research, and collaborative research in Homoeopathy.

Online submission of the manuscript is strongly recommended. A manuscript number will be mailed to the corresponding author within one week or earlier. Prospective authors can submit their manuscripts at homoeopathicjournal@gmail.com. All manuscripts are subjected to peer review process (which are not previously published and are not under consideration for publication by another journal) would be published without any delay in a subsequent issue after acceptance. Read Instructions to Author for more details.

On the behalf of the International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences, I would like to extend my regard to all fellow researchers and scholars and wish prosperity in their field.

(Editor-in-Chief)

The journal follows the guidelines of following databases:

Indexing
International Journal of Homoeopathic Sciences