I am very pleased to note that the Asia Pacific Pediatrics Association (APPA) has relaunched an e-journal Asia Pacific Journal of Pediatrics and Child health (APJPCH). Congratulations to the entire team members for this great achievement. Publishing a journal is a tough job which consumes time and effort . I congratulate Prof M Ashraf Sultan and Dr. Digant Shastri for their efforts to revive the Journal. Also, a big congratulation to the entire editorial board of the Journal and my sincere thanks to them for providing us all your valuable suggestions and inputs.
I am delighted to present to our readers the Asia Pacific Pediatrics Association (APPA) Asia Pacific Journal of Pediatrics and Child Health (APJPCH), a new quarterly e-journal being supported by a dedicated team from across Asia to provide a free and accessible source for the latest literature on regional child health.
This journal will maintain the highest level of ethical integrity, ensuring consistency and scientific rigor in each of its research articles. We expect to receive submissions covering a diverse range of issues from across the region, and hope these will facilitate the exchange of knowledge, experience and practices amongst our readers.
The editorial board and I look forward to your suggestions, recommendations and submissions.
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