About the Journal
Ethiopian Journal of Medical and Health Sciences (EJMHS) 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.
1. Minimum acceptable diet and associated factors among children aged 6-23 months in Aleta Wondo District, Sidama Region, Ethiopia.
Bezuayehu Yisehak, Agune Ashole, Nebiyu Melaku, Meskerem Jisso, Achamyelesh Gebretsadik
2. Underage marriage, sexual debut, and factors associated with risky sexual behavior among high school students, Sidama Region, southern Ethiopia.
Andargachew Kassa Biratu
3. Employment status and associated factors of Pharma College Hawassa Campus graduates of 2017 to 2020: A cross-sectional study.
Abebayehu Mesele, Anteneh Fikrie, Yirdaw Melese, Wongelawit Seyoum, Seyoum Kebede
4. Criteria-based clinical audit of the management of four leading obstetric complications in two public hospitals in Hawassa city, Sidama, Ethiopia.
Aberash Eifa Dadhi, Rekiku Fikre Abebe, Yonas Alemayehu Fiche, Worku Ketema Bededa
1. A case of contained jejunal perforation secondary to trichobezoar in a 65-year-old woman.
Alazar Berhe Aregawi, Addis Yeshitila Kidane
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