Journal of Associated Medical Sciences was established since 1968. For 47 years that we published before changing to electronic issues in the year 2015 with free access.
- 1968-2016 As the Bulletin of Chiang Mai Associated Medical Sciences
- 2017, the Journal of Associated Medical Sciences; Vol.50, No.1 and forward.
Aims and Scope
The Journal of Associated Medical Sciences belongs to Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences (AMS), Chiang Mai University, Thailand. The journal specifically aims to provide the platform for medical technologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, radiologic technologists, speech-language pathologists and other related professionals to distribute, share, discuss their research findings, inventions, and innovations in the areas of:
- 1. Medical Technology
- 2. Physical Therapy
- 3. Occupational Therapy
- 4. Radiologic Technology
- 5. Communication Disorders
- 6. Other related fields
Submitted manuscripts within the scope of the journal will be processed strictly following the double-blinded peer review process of the journal. Therefore, the final decision can be completed in 1-3 months average, depending on the number of rounds of revision.
Journal of Associated Medical Sciences has been accepted for including in the Scopus database.
Journal of Associated Medical Sciences (J Assoc Med Sci) has been accepted for including in the Scopus database.
Journal of Associated Medical Sciences is selected in the Tier one of TCI Index.
2016-06-27We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Associated Medical Sciences has been selected in the first groups of TCI Index Since May 27, 2015. We are also pleased to inform that our journal's Impact Factor is 0.237 (2017).
Vol. 56 No. 2 (2023): May-August
Translation and Codons
The goal of Journal of Associated Medical Sciences is to provide a platform for scientists and academicians to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in different areas of Medical Technology, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Radiologic Technology and Communication Disorders.
The final decision on publication of a manuscripts rests with the Editorial Board and ultimately with the Editor. All papers, regardless of type, represent the opinion of the authors and not necessarily that of the Editor, the Association of the Publisher.
Thai Journal Citation Index (TCI): Tier 1.