JSPARK, the Journal of the Society of Prevention, Advocacy, and Research, is a newly established open-access medical journal affiliated with King Edward Medical University. This journal aims to provide a platform for undergraduate and postgraduate students to publish their research work, thereby embodying the unwavering commitment of King Edward Medical University to advancing medical knowledge through student engagement, innovation, and research.
By offering an opportunity for student research and publication, JSPARK serves as a valuable platform for aspiring young scholars to contribute to the academic community and shape the future of healthcare and medical research. We strive to foster a culture of curiosity, and collaboration, and inspire the new generation of medical professionals to bring about a positive impact through cutting-edge research.
JSPARK is a peer-reviewed medical research journal that aims to promote the latest advances in all areas of medical research, with a particular emphasis on disseminating new and innovative research solutions provided by young scholars to address health problems in a local context. Our journal prioritizes articles that provide clear and accurate presentations of data, making them accessible to healthcare professionals.
As an open-access journal, JSPARK ensures that all content is freely available without charge to the user or their institution. This means that readers have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without seeking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This commitment to open access aligns with the BOAI definition, allowing for widespread dissemination and accessibility of scientific knowledge.
Through JSPARK, we invite researchers, students, and healthcare professionals to actively engage in the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and experiences, ultimately advancing medical research and contributing to the betterment of healthcare practices.