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Web Edition ISSN: 1975-5937

Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions (JEEHP, eISSN 1975-5937) is an international peer-reviewed online journal publishing research articles. It aims to increase the quality of educational evaluation in the various fields of health professions that undertakes the medical health of people by providing research information with easy access via web. JEEHP especially focused on the Nation-based licensing examinations, national or international program of education, application of the psychometric tools, computerized testing, computer-based or web-based learning and certification of the licensing in the world in the following professions:

  • Nurse

  • Dental Hygienist

  • Dental Technician

  • Dentist

  • Dietitian

  • Emergency Medical Technician

  • Medical Record Technician

  • Medical Technologist

  • Midwife

  • Occupational Therapist

  • Optician

  • Oriental Medical Doctor

  • Oriental Pharmacist

  • Pharmacist

  • Physical Therapist

  • Physician

  • Prosthetist and Orthotist

  • Radiological Technologist

  • Sanitary Technician

Types of publications are original articles, case reports, brief communications, reviews, opinions, technical reports, softwares, letters to editors and book reviews. It published article immediately after the review process if manuscript is determined as acceptance. All articles must be submitted via online manuscript submission system and peer review is also done electronically. All of submitted manuscripts should be written in English. The official title of the journal is Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions and its abbreviation is J Educ Eval Health Prof. Submission is open to any researcher who deals the subjects in the above-mentioned professions. There is no publication charge. The journal is published by National Health Personnel Licensing Examination Board, 679-30, Jayang-dong, Kwangjin-gu, Seoul 143-873, Republic of Korea. It also became an official journal of the Association for Medical Education in the Western Pacific Region from year of 2012.

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All or part of JEEHP is indexed in ScienceCentral, PubMed, PubMed Central, CINAHL Complete, EBSCO host, Dirrectory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Google Scholar, WorldwideScience.org and DOI/CrossRef.
How to cite the JEEHP paper in other papers?
It should be cited according to the Instruction to authors in journals. It does not have issue number. Since there is no successive page number in JEEHP, it should be cited as following:
J Educ Eval Health Prof 2006, 3:1
an article number 1 from volume 3 of the journal.
J Educ Eval Health Prof 2006, 3: 3
an article number 3 from volume 3 of the journal.
Copyright: JEEHP holds the copyright of the published papers.
When authors decide to submit the manuscript to JEEHP, he or she is believed to decide keeping JEEHP copyright and license agreements. Authors can use articles according to the JEEHP copyright and license rules. Author's withdrawal of published papers should be discussed with editor.
JEEHP copyright and license agreement
When authors are submitting manuscript to JEEHP, it is based on the certification as followings:
Corresponding author got an agreement by co-authors to submit the papers to JEEHP.
Co-authors did their meaningful role in submitted manuscript.
Submitted manuscript is original and not published in other scientific journals and not be considered by any other scientific journals in the world If manuscript is accepted for publication, it should not be published to other scientific journals without permission of JEEHP editor.
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Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions (JEEHP, eISSN 1975-5937) is an international peer-reviewed online-only journal. It has been the official journal of the Korea Health Personnel Licensing Examination Institute (formerly the National Health Personnel Licensing Examination Board, Republic of Korea) since 2004 and also of the Western Pacific Association for Medical Education (formerly the Association for Medical Education in the Western Pacific Region) since 2012. It has been affiliated journal of the World Federation for Medical Education since September 2016. It was launched with the title in Korean-language, Pogon uiryo kyoyuk pyongka (ISSN 1738-1339) in 2004. Since 2006, the official title of the journal has been Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions, with J Educ Eval Health Prof as its abbreviation. Its homepage URL is http://jeehp.org/. The journal is published by the Korea Health Personnel Licensing Examination Institute, located in Gwangjin-gu, Jayang-ro 45, Seoul 05103, Korea.

Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions aims to provide readers the state-of-the art practical information on the educational evaluation for health professions so that to increase the quality of undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education. It is specialized in educational evaluation including adoption of measurement theory to medical health education, promotion of high stakes examination such as national licensing examinations, improvement of nationwide or international programs of education, computer-based testing, computerized adaptive testing, and medical health regulatory bodies. Its field comprises a variety of professions that address public medical health as following but not limited to:

  • Care workers

  • Dental hygienists

  • Dental technicians

  • Dentists

  • Dietitians

  • Emergency medical technicians

  • Health educators

  • Medical record technicians

  • Medical technologists

  • Midwives

  • Nurses

  • Nursing aides

  • Occupational therapists

  • Opticians

  • Oriental medical doctors

  • Oriental medicine dispensers

  • Oriental pharmacists

  • Pharmacists

  • Physical therapists

  • Physicians

  • Prosthetists and Orthotists

  • Radiological technologists

  • Rehabilitation counselor

  • Sanitary technicians

  • Speech-language therapists

The journal’s publication types are research articles, brief reports, case reports, reviews, editorials, opinions, technical reports, software report, letters to editor, book reviews, and educational/faculty development material. Articles are published immediately after the review process if the manuscript is accepted. All manuscripts should be submitted via the online manuscript submission system http://submit.jeehp.org and peer review is also done electronically. All submitted manuscripts should be written in English. Submission is open to any researcher who deals with the subjects in the above-mentioned professions. There is no article processing charge.

Frequency as online-only journal
Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions publishes a manuscript immediately after acceptance as an e-pub ahead of print. It has kept continuous publication schedule throughout a year.

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