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    Aims and Scope

    International Journal of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care focusses on broadcasting quality research work amongst the scientific fraternity. Thus it aims to open up a plethora of friendly discussions facilitating advancement in the discipline.

    The journal aims to publish latest breakthroughs in the concerned discipline after following stringent peer review process. Distinguished board of editors serve the purpose of maintaining standards without compromising on the quality of research work.

    The journal features all the attributes of open access and it is committed to following simple procedures during submission of manuscripts. The journal's objective is to serve the midwives, maternity care and neonatal nurses, Paediatricians, Obstetricians, researchers and academicians.

    International Journal of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care caters to the needs of midwives, maternity care and neonatal nurses, medical practitioners, researchers and academicians. The journal publishes original research articles, reviews, short communications, letters to editors and commentaries etc. The scope of the journal allows us to welcome research work in all aspects of sexual and reproductive health care. The list of the topics covered by the journal is not limited to the following:

    • Abortion
    • andrology 
    • Assisted reproduction
    • Breast feeding
    • Childbirth
    • Contraception
    • early parenthood
    • Embryogenesis
    • Family planning 
    • Fertilization
    • Gametogenesis
    • Gynecologic Oncology
    • Immunology
    • Infertility
    • Menopause 
    • Miscarriage
    • Obstetrics
    • Post-natal period 
    • Pregnancy
    • Prenatal diagnosis
    • Reproductive and development biology
    • Reproductive Endocrinology
    • Reproductive Gynecology
    • Reproductive Immunology
    • Reproductive Laws and Rights
    • Reproductive medicine
    • Reproductive Pharmacology
    • Reproductive Physiology
    • Reproductive Policy
    • Reproductive Toxicology
    • Sexually transmitted diseases
    • Signalling mechanism in reproduction