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This issue of IJSSASS focuses on the importance of safe post-maternal care and general health checkups in ensuring the well-being of both mothers and their children. The articles presented in this issue explore various aspects of postpartum care, including interventions to reduce maternal mortality, strategies for improving access to postnatal services, and the role of general health checkups in monitoring and promoting overall health. The aim of this issue is to provide evidence-based insights and practical recommendations to guide healthcare professionals, policymakers, and researchers in delivering effective and safe post-maternal care.
Our wellbeing is important and cannot only be measured by one factor. Your family life, workplace and health condition affects generally your wellbeing. This issue focuses on wellbeing by discussing issues relating to the family, health and workplace. Publications to this issue are in french and can be accessed in the national library and on our online library.
This issue addresses a wide range of topics. It contains intense studies from Social Sciences, sciences, and theology. Studies have been carried out to investigate economic growth amidst global warming, the role of big data in ensuring a more reliable health system, exploration of the world from the perspective of Genesis in the topic "Primogeniture, A Cultural Tool for the Interpretation of Genesis Narratives." and, understanding our social responsible even in this trying times of a global pandemic.
With an increased change in the way we live our lives, there is a need to return to the basics. Understanding where we started from might be the solution to our problem today.
The healthcare system is going through a significant upheaval in the huge continent of Africa, which is rich in diversity and resiliency. "Healing the Continent: Advancements in Healthcare across Africa," our most recent issue, offers an engaging examination of the changing story of curative healthcare in this vibrant continent.
Healthcare professionals, scholars, and communities are working together to create a story of advancement and creativity that spans from busy metropolitan areas to isolated nooks and craters. We set out to explore the intricacies, acknowledge the accomplishments, and face the obstacles that typify the pursuit of enhanced health and overall well-being in this issue.
The right to a nationality is recognized in a series of international legal instruments, including:
Article 15 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, "Everyone has the right to a nationality. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality."
the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights,
the Convention on the Rights of the Child,
the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women,
the Convention on the Nationality of Married Women,
the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families.
This issue calls for topics discussing Humanity, rights, and existence
There is always a meeting point in scientific research. This issue addresses major concerns in animal health, information system security, and social life in the work environment.
Millions of people around the world lack access to quality health care, leading to poor outcomes and inefficiency in health services. Health is a major economic and social concern in developed countries which devote on average of 8% to 12% of their GDP. This issue contains academic discussion on the quality of healthcare and how it affects different facets of the economy.
The coronavirus crisis constitutes a challenge for the worlds' economy and the livelihoods of citizens. During this health crisis, it is vital that we not only protect the critical sectors of our economy, but also our assets, technology, and infrastructure, and more importantly, we need to protect jobs and workers. This issue covers a wide range of discussions on the current situation in workplaces and the economy at large
The Intersection of Technology and Society is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming issue focused on the Future of Learning, Work, and Growth. We invite researchers, scholars, and industry professionals to submit original research, theoretical and conceptual papers, case studies, and best practices in the following areas:
Data Science and Analytics: how data science and analytics are changing the way we learn, work, and grow.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: the impact of AI and ML on education, workforce development, and organizational growth.
Education Technology: innovative uses of technology in the classroom, the impact of e-learning, and the future of education.
Workforce Development and the Future of Work: strategies for preparing workers for the jobs of the future, reskilling and upskilling programs, and the role of technology in workforce development.
Organizational Growth and Innovation: how organizations can create a culture of innovation, strategies for driving growth, and the impact of technology on organizational structure and strategy.
We welcome papers that take an interdisciplinary approach and examine the intersection of technology and society in these areas. Submissions should be original work that has not been previously published or is under review elsewhere. All submissions will be subjected to a rigorous peer-review process.
The regulation of the body provides an important concern in law, medical practice, and culture. This issue contributes to existing research in the area by encouraging experts from a range of related disciplines to consider the legal, cultural, and medical ways in which we regulate the body, further exploring how conceptions of self, liberalism, property, and harm inform and influence contentious legal and ethical questions about what we can and cannot do to or with our own bodies.
Infections pose a significant threat to public health worldwide, causing a substantial burden on individuals, families, and communities. The rapid spread of infectious diseases, as exemplified by recent global outbreaks, highlights the pressing need for heightened infection awareness and proactive measures to prevent, detect, and control infections. This publication sheds light on the importance of infection awareness, explores effective strategies for community empowerment, and emphasizes the role of education in combating infectious diseases.
Human existence is affected by several factors. Whether environmental/natural or man-made factors, humans are at an increased risk of extinction. This issue presents academic discussion and research on culture, politics, health, and education. Investigations have been carried out to understand how various topics relating to these keywords affect our existence and planet.
This issue discusses the work environment and how it concerns medical practitioners, the challenges of poor utilization of technology in developing nations, and the effects of certain commodities on the economy of underdeveloped nations
The government budgeting process involves two categories of spending: mandatory and discretionary. Spending that is subject to the appropriations process, in which Congress sets a new funding level each fiscal year (which starts on October 1st), is referred to as discretionary spending. All spending that does not occur through appropriations legislation is referred to as mandatory spending. Spending that is mandatory includes contributions to entitlement systems like Social Security and Medicare as well as required interest payments on the national debt. What impact do these expenditures have on people? This issue contains amongst other discussions on government spending, budget, and how it affects civilians.
A healthy workplace is one where workers and managers collaborate to continually improve the health, safety and wellbeing of all workers and by doing this, sustain the productivity of the business (World Health Organisation, 2009).
Given we spend one third of our lives at work, the working environment can have a significant impact on our health and wellbeing. A healthy working environment is one in which there is not only an absence of harmful conditions that can cause injury and illness but an abundance of health-promoting ones (WHO, 2010).
Workplace health and wellbeing programs take into consideration the impacts that the work environment and the type of work can have on the health of workers, and provide activities or initiatives that are designed to make healthy choices the easy choice for workers. This issue focuses on how to better the work environment, it also contains some health information you may find interesting.
In this first issue of volume 3, the International Journal of Social Sciences and scientific studies focuses on infectious diseases and their impact on clinical practice. Infectious diseases remain a significant public health challenge, with new outbreaks and pandemics emerging regularly. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of effective and timely responses to infectious disease outbreaks and the need for a better understanding of the clinical management of these diseases. As an interdisciplinary journal, other topics relevant to businesses, health, education, and the workplace are also included in this issue.
Diverse opinions of people regarding ancient practices and beliefs. For example, amidst civilization what do people say about home delivery of babies? Considering the fast-changing work environment, what is really safe to do and how do employees conduct themselves?
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