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About the Journal

Student’s Journal of Health Research Africa (SJHR-Africa) is an open-access DOAJ Indexed International journal that includes all branches of Medicine and health research to narrow the knowledge gap in Africa and the World over. The Journal has both Medium (ISSN 2709-9997) Online and (ISSN 3006-1059) Print. The journal is peer-reviewed and promotes research on the African continent by accepting original research ideas from students who are doing research.

Aim & Scope

We are a journal for students who believe in sharing information for free. Publishing in a total of 39 sections, SJHR-Africa is here to meet the needs of an African student. We believe that when we integrate Knowledge from different academic disciplines, Africa will be a complete ecosystem with adequate scholarly materials to bridge the knowledge gap.

As the world becomes more integrated, our scope extends to biological sciences and vocational studies that have an impact on health such as Agriculture.  Informational technology, Environmental science, Business studies, and planning have also been shown to influence Health. The journal brings together individual specialties from different fields into a dynamic academic mix. We intended to enhance communication among health system researchers and administrators, policy and decision-makers, legislators, practitioners, educators, students, and other types of professionals in the research that might affect the healthcare delivery systems.

Publishing schedule

Our Publication Months are March, June, September, and December of Every year.


Section of Parasitology and Entomology Research (S-PER)


The section of Parasitology and Entomology focuses mostly on research that studies parasites of human and domestic animals with importance to human health. This is an open-access peer-reviewed section published by the Student’s Journal of Health Research Africa (SJHR-Africa). The taxonomy, evolutionary biology, biodiversity and distribution, ecology and epidemiology, population biology, and host-parasite relationships are some of the areas that are accepted in the section. 

Read more about Section of Parasitology and Entomology Research (S-PER)

Current Issue

Vol. 5 No. 6 (2024): June 2024 Issue
Published: 2024-06-01

Section of Dental Medicine and Oral Medicine Research

Section of Community and Public Health Research

Section of Radiology and Radiotherapy

Section of Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Section of Haematology and Blood transfusion science

Section of Ethnopharmacology

Section of Anesthesia and Surgery Research

Section of General Medicine Research

Section of Ophthalmology Research

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