Aim & Scope
Sanitas Magisterium is an open access, on-line journal that aims to publish complete and reliable information on the discoveries and current developments in the fields of Health Education and Administration.
This journal is freely available worldwide upon publication. It publishes research manuscripts in the field of education and administration.
Various types of submissions are welcome, such as original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc.
The type of works published in this journal comprise those pertaining to all aspects of health services research in the field of education and administration including the delivery of care, the administration of health services, health care education, assessments of healthcare needs, the measurement of outcomes, the allocation of healthcare resources, evaluations of different health markets and health services organizations, international comparative analyses of health systems, health economics and the impact of health policies and regulations, and all aspects of meta-analytical studies, theoretical models, discussions, empirical researches.
Among the main topics of interest on which this journal focuses are stress management and prevention, mental health education, drug and alcohol use, physical activity and healthy eating, health literacy and health coaching, healthy schools, health promotion in the workplace, childhood immunization, E-health education, smoking cessation, safe schools, sexual harassment, and oral health education.
The main object of the journal is to become a forum for educators and administrators. In this way, it is aimed to contribute to the literature of National and International Educational and that of Administrative Sciences.
The editors particularly welcome submissions on:
- Administrative perspectives on health education and its institutional development in all business and management disciplines;
- Structural changes in how the financial and administrative aspects of the health sector are taught as well as the changing roles of health administration educators;
- How business and administration programs are related to employers’ needs; and
- The globalization of business and administration education.
Magisterium is the outlet for educational research and developments within the business, administration, accountancy, and finance sectors.