Journal of Healthcare Administration (JOHA) provides a venue for healthcare administrators, practitioners, and scholars to publish their works related to healthcare administration, management, ethics, policy, and leadership. JOHA welcomes submissions of original research, review article, letter to editors, and editorials

Journal Abbreviation: J Healthc Adm
Journal Initial: JOHA
DOI Prefix: 10.33546/joha
Subject areas: Health Professions (general; miscellaneous), Health Policy, Leadership & Management

Journal Publisher, Owner, & Sponsor: Belitung Raya Foundation, Indonesia
Publication Frequency:  2 issues per year
Free of Charge for submission and publication
E-ISSN: 2830-3407 | P-ISSN: 2830-3733

JOHA is a peer-reviewed open-access journal, conforming fully to the The Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI)  and DOAJ Open Access Definition. 


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Eating habits and physical activity of Saudi women before and during the COVID-19 pandemic
Hanan Badr , Orjwan Alsiari, Rahaf Alshehri, Arwa Althobate, Dalia Bahasan, Faygah Shibily, Rasha Alsaigh , Salmah Alghamdi

Factors related to the mental health of nursing students during the fourth wave of COVID-19 in Vietnam
Thu Minh Bui , Trang Thi Thu Nguyen , Tien Dinh Vu , Loan Thi Hong Do , Tham Thi Phi , Hang Thu Thi Hua

Depression among Indonesian citizens in the post-COVID-19 pandemic era: A descriptive survey
Eka Rokhmiati Wahyu Purnamasari , Ronnell D. Dela Rosa

The influence of workload during the COVID-19 pandemic on the social life of the nurses
Ohood Othman Felemban , Fathia Khamis Kassem, Hayfa Almutary , Ruba Alharazi , Ahlam Al-Zahrani , Mawddah Mohmadd Alsumiry, Wafa’a Talal Humaidah, Renad Yousef Alharbi, Reem Abdulaziz Khan

Current Issue

Vol 1, No 1 (2022): Human Resource Management & Nursing

Issue Description

This issue focuses on topics related to human resource management and nursing in Indonesia, such as personnel management in the new normal, the surplus shortage of nurses, recruitment and selection, salaries, and nurse career paths.


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