"Frontiers in Healthcare Research" emerges as a pioneering, peer-reviewed, open-access journal meticulously crafted to serve as a conduit for the convergence of healthcare research and clinical application. It is committed to the propagation of avant-garde research findings, the catalysis of cross-disciplinary conversations, and the advocacy of empirically underpinned strategies that are pivotal in enhancing patient care and health service delivery on a worldwide stage. Upholding the principles of equitable knowledge sharing, this journal operates on an open-access platform, ensuring that groundbreaking healthcare insights are accessible to a wide spectrum of stakeholders, from scholars to practitioners, without any financial or geographical constraints. The journal prides itself on its rigorous double-blind review process, which stands as a testament to its dedication to impartiality and academic integrity. Manuscripts undergo a meticulous evaluation by anonymous peers, guaranteeing that the merit of the research alone guides the publication's decision-making process.

Rooted in the vibrant landscape of Padang, West Sumatra, "Frontiers in Healthcare Research" is proudly published by Rumah Sakit Umum Pusat (RSUP) Dr. M. Djamil. This institution lends its storied reputation and regional expertise to the journal, imbuing it with a unique perspective that enriches the global healthcare discourse. The fusion of local insights with international standards sets this journal apart as a beacon of innovation and a trustworthy source of cutting-edge healthcare research.

Publisher: RS Umum Pusat Dr. M Djamil, Padang, West Sumatra.
ISSN: 3032-7725

Launch of the 'Frontiers in Healthcare Research' Journal by RS M. Djamil


RS M. Djamil Hospital has introduced a new scientific journal titled "Frontiers in Healthcare Research (FIHR)" to promote research and innovation in healthcare. This initiative reflects the hospital's dedication to enhancing healthcare services through academic and research excellence. The journal, published in English, aims to be a reputable source of high-quality healthcare research. This move is part of the hospital's goal to become a leading institution in Southeast Asia's healthcare services, education, and research by 2024.

For more information, visit the official announcement (in Bahasa Indonesia) here.