The journal “Electronic Physician” is proud to present another set of high quality research for Clinicians / Practitioners, PhD Scholars, and Health Policy Makers. In our most recent issue (June 2018) we have published a combination of different types of medical research including five Randomized Controlled Trials, a Meta-Analysis, and several cross-sectional research.

In July 2018, we have good news for those readers who look for new Cohort Studies, and for those public health policy makers and researchers that follow the educational experiments with impact on public health. Another good news is that one of our July papers is the report of the procedures of designing and validating an instrument.

Dr. Pavlos Sarafis and his colleagues from Greece and Cyprus are the authors of an interesting paper based on a Prospective Cohort Design that compares the Quality of Life before and after pancreaticoduodenectomy.

In a brilliant instrument-development study, Prof. Dr. Nouzar Nakhaee from Iran, and his team of MD and PhD scholars from Department of Population and Family Health, Ministry of Health and Medical Education, describe how they designed and validated an instrument to measure perceived reasons for seeking divorce.

There are also several educational experimental studies and other types of original contributions that have useful and practical recommendations for future developments in health policies.

The upcoming issue of the journal is expected to be available online around 20-25 July 2018.

Electronic Physician