School of Public Health & Primary Health Care, Fiji National University, Fiji
School of Public Health & Primary Health Care
Fiji National University
E-mail: [email protected]
Received Date: June 02, 2021; Accepted Date: June 17, 2021; Published Date: June 25, 2021
Citation: Marshall E (2021) Editorial Note on the Special Issue: Healthcare in COVID- 19 Pandemic. J Health Commun Vol.6 No.S3:00 .
Journal of Healthcare Communications is an open access journal and publishes articles after intensive companion audit and rapid peer review. This journal handles numerous viewpoints identified with innovation with health. It is additionally breaking down present day issues, speculation, research discoveries, and proof based interventions and advancement across various spaces of key health correspondence as applied to the healthcare, general health and worldwide health fields.
Journal of Healthcare Communications center around points identified with Healthcare Online Services, Health Literacy, Malpractice Risk, mHealth Technology, Patient Safety, Diagnostic Accuracy, Healthcare Financing, Nursing, Healthcare Materials, Health Informatics, Healthcare Policies, Health Promotion.
In the interests of Journal of Healthcare Communications and my Co- Editors, I am pleased to present the special issue of the journal, “Healthcare in COVID-19 pandemic”. We could reach this position through the continuous support of board members and intellectual amplitude of our readers and contributors (authors and reviewers). In this note, I will discuss about articles that were released in the name of special issue healthcare in COVID-19 pandemic.
In the article title “Evaluating information quality of corona virus news on Iranian health websites”, by Mila Malekolkalami and Maryam Moghadami. The authors have tried to explain how internet is providing quality information regarding the corona virus in the health websites of Iran. The authors researched from Google and Yahoo search engines to evaluate their research.
In the article title “Knowledge, attitudes and practices of face mask utilization and associated factors in COVID-19 pandemic among Wachemo university students, southern nation nationality people region: a crosssectional study”, by Yilma Markos Larebo and Desta Erkalo Abame discussed on how the face mask is utilized and its effected factors related in the COVID pandemic situation which is conducted on Wachemo University Students.
In the article title “COVID-19 pandemic: An avenue for redesign and transform health care”, by Sanjay Kumar Dhabi briefed on trending topic in this pandemic situation and how to improve and recreate the model of the health care system and explained briefly with good content.
In the article title “Online learning is going viral during COVID-19 lock the down, what lessons do we take to guide the future of physiotherapy education? A cross-sectional survey from teachers??? perspectives”, by Isha Akulwar Tajane paper is about how determining the awareness and experience of e-learning during coivd-19 among teachers.
Finally I would like to thank the guest editor Dr. Sanjay Kumar Dhabi, who took responsibility in reviewing and organizing the Special Issue. I would also like to thank the reviewing committee of this special issue and the editorial team for their assistance and support in publishing the special issue.
At this stage we are calling for submissions of articles, commentaries, and letters to the editor for the upcoming issues. We glance forward to receiving your exciting contribution. Finally, I would like to thank you, the contributors and readers for your interest in the journal and I encourage you to continue to send us your valuable feedback and ideas for further improvement of our journal.