About the Journal

Ethiopian Journal of Medical and Health Sciences

Ethiopian Journal of Medical and Health Sciences (EJMHS) – ISSN (online): 2789-7087 – is a peer-reviewed journal published by the College of Medicine and Health Sciences of Hawassa University under a creative commons license (CC BY 4.0). EJMHS is a multi- and inter-disciplinary journal that is devoted to publishing fascinating, high quality, state-of-the-art, and valuable advancements in the fields of medical, health, and basic sciences.

EJMHS invites submission of manuscripts from different disciplines to advance the depths of knowledge related to medical, health, and basic sciences. The journal encourages publications of scholarly papers on various themes with the aim of giving innovative solutions to health problems.

EJMHS is an open-access academic journal published biannually on a regular basis. The Journal publishes original research articles, critical reviews, mini-reviews, short communications, book reviews, and clinical case reports related to the specific theme, and a variety of special issues. It encourages publishing comments on current health initiatives; personal experiences; and comments on clinical, social, political, economic, and all other factors affecting the health status of the society.

Current Issue

Vol. 3 No. 1 (2023): Ethiopian Journal of Medical and Health Sciences
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Research Articles

1. Trends of gastro-intestinal tract cancer between 2013 and 2019 in Southern Ethiopia: A retrospective record review.
Achamyelesh Gebretsadik, Netsanet Bogale, Dubale Dulla

2. Magnitude of preeclampsia and associated factors among pregnant women who attend antenatal care service at Shashamane Comprehensive Specialized and Melka Oda General Hospitals, Oromia, Ethiopia.
Anteneh Fikrie, Belay Demisie, Bethlehem Yemane Birhan, Wako Golicha Wako, Temesgen Tafesse, Wengelawit Seyoum, Samrawit Ermiyas, Ashagre Beyene

3. Safety and effectiveness of medical expulsive therapy for ureteric stone in three tertiary Hospitals in Ethiopia.
Misganaw Tesfa, Messay Mekonnen, Fitsum Solomon, Seyfe Bekele

4. Glycemic control and its predictors among ambulatory type 2 diabetic patients attending the diabetic clinic of Hawassa University Comprehensive Specialized Hospital, Ethiopia.
Kelbes Aberiso Elema , Wongelawit Seyoum, Kebede Tefera

5. Voluntary counseling and testing for HIV/AIDS service utilization and associated factors among Hawassa University students, Ethiopia.
Ayantu Melke, Betelhem Zenebe, Dagim Melese, Asrat Kifle, Tesfaye Getaneh, Teshale Dugda, Mehretu Belayneh

6. Infant care practice and associated factors in Southwest Ethiopia.
Bereket Babulo, Meskerem Jisso, Mehretu Belayneh.

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Published: 2024-04-22
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