Eldad Kaljic, Namik Trtak, Dijana Avdic, Samir Bojicic, Bakir Katana, Muris PecarDOI:10.17532/jhsci.2018.610
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The Journal of Health Sciences is an international, open access, peer-reviewed and evidence-based scientific journal published by the University of Sarajevo Faculty of Health Sciences (UNSA FHS; www.fzs.unsa.ba).
The Journal's mission is to promote excellence in nursing and a range of disciplines and specialties of allied health professions. It welcomes submissions from international academic and health professionals community. The Journal publishes evidence-based articles with solid and sound methodology, clinical application, description of best clinical practices, and discussion of relevant professional issues or perspectives. Articles can be submitted in the form of research articles, reviews, case reports, and letters to the editor or commentaries.
The Journal's priorities are papers in the fields of nursing, physical therapy, medical laboratory science, environmental health, and medical imaging and radiologic technologies. Relevant articles from other disciplines of allied health professions may be considered for publication.
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