ASIAN AUSTRALASIAN NEURO AND HEALTH SCIENCE JOURNAL (AANHS-J)
Asian Australasian Neuro and Health Science Journal is a forum to accommodate and publish for research results and writings from fellow writers Every college is required to implement the tri dharma tertiary institution consisting of teaching, community service and research. One of the research outputs is scientific work published in a journal. By publishing scientific work, an academic or researcher can introduce his work nationally and internationally. Based on the circular letter Director General of Higher Education No. 152 of 2012 that every bachelor degree, master degree and doctoral degree must publish their final assignments in national, nationally accredited and international journals, so the need for journal managers becomes very important.
Currently, especially in North Sumatra, there are no accredited national journals or international reputable journals that accommodate the needs of academics in publishing their scientific work. Therefore Sumatera Utara University (USU), as one of the higher education institutions, through the Faculty of Medicine seeks to meet these needs by creating new scientific journals in the field of medical science.
Each publication contains 5 (five) research articles which will be published online. The aim of this journal that will be formed is to become an international reputable journal. This journal will be established by a good management system, supported by faculty leaders and university leaders.
|Asian Australasian Neuro and Health Science Journal
|Asian Australas. Neuro and Health Sci. J.
|3 Issues Per Year ( April, August, December)
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
|10.32734 (member of crossref)
|Mahyudanil and Muhammad Ihsan Z. Tala
|TALENTA Publisher, Universitas Sumatera Utara
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Asian Australasian Neuro and Health Science Journal (AANHS J)
Neurosurgery Study Program, Faculty of Medicine - Universitas Sumatera Utara / H. Adam Malik General Hospital
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