Journal Description

Journal of Healthcare Management and Administration (JHMA) is a peer-reviewed publication dedicated to advancing the theory, practice, and discourse within the realm of healthcare management and administration. The journal serves as a platform for healthcare professionals, researchers, administrators, policymakers, and academics to share insights, research findings, best practices, and innovations in the field.


Aim and Scope: The primary aim of the Journal of Healthcare Management and Administration (JHMA) is to foster knowledge dissemination and facilitate informed discussions that contribute to the enhancement of healthcare systems, management strategies, and administrative practices. The journal welcomes submissions across a wide spectrum of topics

DENTAL MANAGEMENT OF SCOLIOSIS PATIENTS: A COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW


Scoliosis, derived from the Greek word "Skoliosis," denotes a complex spinal condition characterized by lateral curvature and vertebral rotation. This deformity, often manifesting as a three-dimensional deviation, requires a curvature of over 10° on a PA radiograph for classification as scoliosis. Although commonly diagnosed in children, scoliosis can affect individuals across age groups, with a higher prevalence among girls, often attributed to genetic factors. The etiology-based

Aisha Khan

GENERATION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT REVENUES AND THEIR USE FOR HEALTHCARE IN ENUGU STATE

The study examined the generation of local government revenues and their use for healthcare in Enugu state: A survey of selected local government areas. The specific objectives were to: Determine the effect of local government revenue generation on the care teams in medical areas in Enugu State and to assess the effect of local government revenue generation on the medical monitory system in Enugu State. The actual population was Nine thousand, three hundred and thirteen staff (906). The

Chime, Onyinye Hope, Mbah, Paulinus Chigozie Ph.D. , Chime, Joseph Chukwudi

DIGITAL BIBLIOTHERAPY: A NOVEL APPROACH FOR ENHANCING MENTAL HEALTH IN PSYCHIATRIC PATIENTS


Bibliotherapy has long been recognized as a therapeutic approach to promoting mental health. With the advent of digital technology, a new form known as 'digital bibliotherapy' has emerged. This innovative approach involves delivering therapeutic content through electronic devices, such as computers, tablets, and smartphones, offering a blend of the therapeutic benefits of bibliotherapy with the convenience and accessibility of digital technology. Digital bibliotherapy integrates

Eleni Georgiou

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN PROMOTING COVID-19 VACCINATION AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS


The impact of COVID-19, three years post-pandemic declaration, remains significant, with global efforts focused on vaccination as a key strategy for mitigation. The rapid development and distribution of vaccines have become essential in the fight against the virus. However, vaccine acceptance among the public is influenced by a myriad of factors, including cultural, religious, economic, and geopolitical considerations. This phenomenon, known as vaccine hesitancy, poses a challenge to

Jane Wairimu Kamau , Charles Musonda Mwape