The Indian Journal of integrative Medicine is a quarterly, peer-reviewed, international journal, published by Atharva Scientific Publications on behalf of Atharva Scientific Society, Bhopal, India. IJIM is an open access, online journal and it allows free access to its contents and permits authors to self-archive the final accepted version of their articles. The IJIM provides a trans-disciplinary platform for integrative health sciences and to explore the relationships between alternative medicine, Ayurveda, traditional medicine, biomedicine and other contemporary health sciences.

Aims and Scope of the Journal:

The Indian Journal of integrative Medicine aims to publish scientifically written, high-quality, intellectual and scientific communications focused on alternative medicine, Ayurveda, traditional medicine, biomedicine and other contemporary health sciences.

The journal invites articles in various categories including perspectives, research articles, systematic reviews, meta-analysis, review articles, short communications, case reports, research letters, letters to the editor, images, and book reviews etc. Manuscripts should present novel findings addressing significant questions in various fields of alternative medicines, should not be published or not being considered for publication elsewhere. After initial review by our editorial board, all articles will be sent out for review by external reviewers. The acceptance criteria are the quality and originality of the research and its significance to our readership.

IJIM publishes four Issues every year – January-March, April-June, July-September, and October-December.

Key features:

  • Peer-reviewed content
  • Free online access
  • Quarterly publication
  • Distinguished Editorial team
  • Covered in major indexing and abstracting services
  • Immediate online-publication after acceptance