About the Journal
International Journal of Evidence-Based Healthcare is a fully refereed journal that publishes manuscripts relating to evidence-based practice. It publishes papers containing reliable evidence to assist health professionals in their decision-making and to inform health professionals, students and researchers of outcomes, debates and developments in evidence-based healthcare.
The journal is divided into several sections that may, or may not be present in each quarterly issue. These are: Evidence Synthesis (translation), Evidence Transfer (dissemination), Evidence Utilisation (implementation and evaluation), Commentary and Letters to the Editor.
The journal welcomes submissions from all authors seeking to publish in the above areas. The journal also publishes research conducted by the Joanna Briggs Institute and its international collaborating centres, affiliated centres and groups.