Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries

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University Manchester Ranking: Ranked 7th out of 16 Journals
Also, available on National Library of Medicine Catalog

Knowledge on health and medical informatics in developing countries is scarce. This health informatics journal has therefore been launched to focus on and promote research, experience and discussions related to health informatics in developing countries. Authors from developing countries are particularly encouraged to contribute in this area.

The journal comprises of journal and review articles. In line with the ethos of its publishers, the journal operates on a Free Access Policy. Readers can view and download articles without any cost or registration.

In order to make a submission, authors are requested to send an email to the Editor-in-chief Dr. Ashraf El-Metwally

Send a Copy to the Administrative Assistant Administrative Assistant (

The Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries (JHIDC) publishes two volumes every year, in December and in June. The Current section contains the volume that is open to submissions, to which submissions are added as they are received (once they have been reviewed and accepted). The Archives section contains all volumes of the journal - those that have already been published as well as the current volume.

The Journal of Health Informatics in Developing Countries is included in EBSCO's newly released databases “Computers & Applied Sciences Complete” and “Applied Science & Technology Source”

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Vol 13, No 1 (2019)

Table of Contents

Research Articles

Internet of Things (IoT) Saudi Arabia Healthcare Systems: State-Of-The-Art, Future Opportunities and Open Challenges PDF
Malak N. Al Otaibi
Burnout among Emergency Physicians in Saudi Arabia: A Cross-sectional Study PDF
Abdulmohsen Alsaawi, Khaled Alrajhi, Norah AlRasheed, Atheer AlSabhan, Dana AlTamimi, Majid Alsalamah
Health Education Needs Assessment Survey at Al Kharj Military Industries Corporation Hospital. PDF
Nadia Mohamad Asiri, Abdullah Ahmed Al Shehri, Nasrin S. Saiyed, Tahani Al Otaibi
Prevalence of Anxiety Among College and School Students in Saudi Arabia: A systematic review PDF
Alaa Mohammed Alahmadi
Evaluation of Dietary Salt Intake among Healthy Students in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia PDF
Ali Al Khathaami, Roaa Amer, Sara Qubaiban, Azhar Aljuaid, Bashayer Alanazi, Alaa Althubaiti
Using an Early Warning Score System in the acute medicine unit of a medical city in Saudi Arabia is feasible and reduces admissions to Intensive care. PDF
Mohammad A. ALQahtani, Rajkumar Rajendram, Salih Binsalih, Thari Al Anazi, Naji Al Johani, Ali Al Khathaami, Ahmed Alamry, Mosaad Almegren
Perceptions, Preferences and Experiences of Telemedicine among Users of Information and Communication Technology in Saudi Arabia PDF
Fares Alshammari, Sehar- un-Nisa Hassan

ISSN: 1178-4407