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Aim and Scope

Online Turkish Journal of Health Sciences (OTJHS) Which Accepts Publication in Health Sciences accpets both  Turkish and English papers and published every three months (March-June-September-December).

Original articles, reviews, case reports and brief notices in national and international, Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, Nursing, Midwifery, Sports Sciences and other areas related to human health are evaluated. All accepted articles are published free of charge, can be read and downloaded. Scientific meetings held in health areas may be notified of the invention or the meeting talk may be published as additional numbers.

The submitted submitted articles are evaluated by at least 2 arbitrators. The results of the referee comments are reviewed by the editor and the decision about the article is reported. The names of the referees who evaluated the manuscripts are not reported to the authors. The referees are hiring the authors' names. It is the general mastery to develop the insufficient writing in the direction of the referee recommendation. Written articles that do not reach the intended level are rejected by the editor without reason for the not scientifically reasoned work.


Open Access

Online Turkish Journal of Health Sciences is an open access journal (ISSN 2459-1467) and included in the Budapest Open Access Movement (http://www.budapestopenaccessinitiative.org/list_signatures). Past scientific studies through the internet; This work may be read, downloaded, copied, distributed, printed, scanned, linked with full text input, indexed, written and retrieved, and used for any legal purposes without financial, legal and technical obstacles. The authors and copyright holders accept what is available to all users free of charge.


This magazine; Scientific research will provide open access to its content by embracing the principle of increasing the global sharing of information to the public free of charge. With magazine sites it is only a source of our property rights; It will not be opened for a different purpose or for use by other people.

The authors who published their works in this journal accepted the following conditions:


CC License

A- The author retains the copyright of the work and presents the first publication right. The work is licensed under the Creative Commons Atrribution license, which allows the author to be identified and the first release to fulfill these requirements and be shared for others.

B. The author may make a separate contractual arrangement for the distribution of the published version of the work without full authorization.

(C) Encouraging authors to continue their work before, during or during the posting, to enter or share internets; I can open this up when you make fruitful exchanges of ideas and cite work earlier and more (see The Impact of Open Access).


Copyright Notice

As an open access journal, the OTSBD  will apply the Creative Commons Attribution License (CCAL), to all published works. Under the CCAL, authors retain ownership and copyright to their article, but allow anyone to download, reuse, reprint, modify, distribute, and/or copy articles in the OTSBD, so long as the original author(s) and sources are cited;

The Author(s) grant the OTSBD the right of first and exclusive distribution of the published work in print and/or online;

The Author(s) warrant that permission to publish the article has not been previously assigned elsewhere.

The Author(s) warrant that they have obtained proper permission from any co-authors, contributors, or supervisors for the publication of the article; and


The Author(s) warrant that the contribution is original to them, except for any copyrighted material of others incorporated in it, and that the Author(s) will advise us of any material, either text or illustration or graphical, the rights for which are controlled by others . Where necessary, the Author(s) will obtain, before publication and at their expense, permission in writing from the owner of the copyright in that material for publication by us.

The copy editing phase aims to improve the fluency, clarity, grammar structure, word selection and format of the article. This is the last opportunity for important changes in the author's work; In the following step, only string and formative corrections will be made. The copy-editing file can be edited as a word processing document, in the form of an MS Word or .rtf file. Two approaches are proposed here for remediation. First, MS Word is making special changes to the "Track Changes" program. However, the author, copy editor and editor must be able to access the program. The second proposed system is independent of the software and is received here with the permission of Harward Educational Review. By modifying these instructions, the magazine editor can tailor the magazine to its own functioning.