Welcome to the official website of the Asian Health, Science and Technology Reports (AHSTR).
AHSTR is a single-blind international peer-reviewed journal that aims to establish communication channels to facilitate the dissemination of knowledge, innovative research, and novel ideas.
Our goal is to make AHSTR a valuable resource for academic and research professionals, including graduate-level researchers, across diverse interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary fields of Health Sciences, and Science and Technology.
Asian Health, Science and Technology Reports (AHSTR)
Journal Abbreviation: Asian Health. Sci. Tech. Report.
Start Year: Vol. 32 No. 1, January-March 2024
Frequency: 4 Issues/Year (1) January-March (2) April-June (3) July-September (4) October-December
Language: English (since Vol. 26 No. 4, October-December 2018)
Professor Dr. Sutisa Thanoi
AIMS AND SCOPE
The AHSTR is a single-blind international peer-reviewed journal published in English. AHSTR’s main objectives are to establish communication channels to facilitate the dissemination of knowledge, innovative research, and novel ideas and to serve as a valuable resource for academic and research professionals, including graduate-level researchers.
The AHSTR focuses on publishing original research and review articles in various interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary fields of Health Sciences, and Science and Technology.
The AHSTR welcomes manuscript submissions from researchers, scientists, and academics in the Asian region and around the world via the online submission system at the https://ph03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ahstr/about/submissions
Manuscript topics include:
- Health Sciences
Anatomy, Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Dentistry, Epidemiology, Immunology, Medicine, Public Health, Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Physiology, Psychology, Physical Therapy, Medicine, Medical Microbiology, Nursing, and other related fields in Health Sciences.
- Science and Technology
Agriculture, Astronomy, Architecture, Art and Design, Biology, Chemistry, Computing and Information, Earth Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Microbiology, Nanotechnology, and other related fields in Science and Technology.
Publication Malpractice Statement: The AHSTR upholds strict policy and rigorous enforcement against publication malpractice. The AHSTR adheres to the highest ethical standards and treats any misconduct allegations seriously. The journal is committed to promptly investigating and addressing any instances of publication malpractice to ensure that ethical excellence is maintained throughout the publication process. The journal’s commitment to ethical publication is reflected in the following principles:
1. Plagiarism: AHSTR views plagiarism as a serious academic offense. Any form of plagiarism, including using other people’s work without proper acknowledgments or permission, will not be tolerated. All the submitted manuscripts are checked for plagiarism before starting peer review process using Turnitin software. The similarity index is calculated based on the body of the text excluding citations, references, quotes and some small matches (less than 2% similarity). If plagiarism is detected (more that 25%), the manuscript will be immediately rejected and revoked, and appropriate actions will be taken to address the issue.
2. Fabrication and Falsification: AHSTR strictly prohibits the fabrication and/or falsification of data or results. Authors must present accurate, truthful, and reliable data. Any manipulation or misrepresentation of research records is considered a severe violation of ethics and conduct.
3. Multiple Submissions: Manuscripts submitted to AHSTR must not be submitted for or must not be under consideration or review by any other journals or conference proceedings. Simultaneous submission of the same work to multiple publications is considered unethical and will result in automatic rejection.
4. Authorship Credit:Authorship in the manuscript must accurately reflect each author’s contributions to the research. All deserving authors must receive appropriate credit. Any disputes or misrepresentations concerning authorship must be resolved before submitting the manuscript. The authors are responsible for providing accurate and complete information regarding the final approval of the manuscript and the attribution of authorship.
5. Peer Review Integrity: AHSTR seriously upholds the integrity of the peer review process. Any efforts to manipulate the review process, including pressuring reviewers or providing untruthful recommendations, are strictly prohibited.
6. Corrections and Retractions: AHSTR will promptly and transparently publish corrections, when necessary, with no time limit for error notifications. If significant misconduct cases such as unreliable findings, plagiarism, duplicate publication, and unethical research are detected in a published article, AHSTR will take appropriate action, including issuing a retraction or publishing corrections to address and rectify the situation.
7. Reporting Misconduct: AHSTR is committed to upholding publication ethics and encourages all authors, reviewers, editors, readers, and journal publishers to report any suspected misconduct, ethical problems, or concerns regarding published articles. Such reports will be thoroughly investigated, and necessary actions will be taken based on the evidence of findings to maintain the integrity of the publication process.