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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), Multidisciplinary, Health Policy, Leadership & Management
Journal publisher, owner, & sponsor: Belitung Raya Foundation, Indonesia
Peer-review type: Double blind
Publication frequency: 2 issues per year
Author fee: Free for submission & 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.
Authors share their work without restrictions. Readers access all content for free.
This issue focuses on the theme of "Advancing Quality Care and Patient Safety." It presents a diverse collection of articles that offer valuable insights and contribute to our understanding of emerging trends and challenges in the healthcare field. The articles explore various important topics, such as the cultural appropriateness of educational interventions for pain management in patients with cancer, the impact of organizational support on the work commitment of healthcare professionals, the development and validation of assessment tools to measure pain self-efficacy in patients with cancer, intergenerational perspectives on health and health research among different ethnic groups, and the opportunities and challenges in lifelong learning and professional development for nurses in a ... More
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Original Research Article
Call for Papers for Vol 2(2) 2023!
Theme: Promoting Integrative Healthcare: Education, Policy, and Management
Due date for submission: 1 October 2023
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Behind the curtain: A narrative inquiry into nurses’ working experience in the COVID-19 referral facility in Southern Philippines
Understanding the issues and challenges in the implementation of nursing services in primary health care: A qualitative study in Garut, West Java, Indonesia
Anxiety among student nurses in the Philippines: A gender and year-level analysis and its contributing factors in the COVID-19 context