Indian Journal of Forensic and Community Medicine is a peer reviewed journal published quarterly. The journal is indexed by Index Copernicus, Google Scholar, Crossref, OAJI, Cite Factor, SJIF, Research Bible and Academia.edu. It publishes original articles, review articles, special articles, Short Communication, Letter to Editor, Case report and Case series with emphasis on original research relevant in Community medicine and Forensic medicine. The journal covers various aspects of Forensic medicine like Forensic medicine and Toxicology, Forensic Pathology, Clinical Forensic medicine, Legal aspects of Forensic medicine, Forensic Psychiatry, Forensic Nursing, Forensic Odontology, various aspects of Toxicology and environmental pollution. It also covers different domains of Community medicine and Public Health like Epidemiology, Public Health Administration, Public health Management, Health Promotion, Social Sciences, Family medicine, Global Health, Maternal and Child health, Occupational Health, Non communicable diseases, Communicable diseases, National Health Priorities and Policy implications. It provides a forum for rapid publication. The journal allow free access for better viewership and full articles are available in both online and print version. The ethical standards are followed according to Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines. Aim and Scope: IJCFM journal is an open access, peer reviewed quarterly published journal in both online and print versions. It publishes articles from Forensic medicine and Community medicine. The emphasis lies on original research in context to scenarios in developing countries like India. It also covers metanalysis, systematic review, monitoring and evaluation based articles. It also publishes articles from other developing and developed nations. Objectives of Journal: To provide quality and reliable research articles in areas of Forensic medicine and Community Medicine. To allow rapid hassle-free Read More...
Current Volume : 5 , Issue 4 ,Year 2018
1) A cross sectional study on prevalence of depression and its socio-demographic correlates among elderly in rural India
Author : Ramesh D. Pawar, Kalpana M. Kale, Nandkeshav R Aswar, Shital Solanke
Page No : 210-214
Doi : 10.18231/2394-6776.2018.0048