Advances in Health Sciences Research

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2468-5739
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The proceedings series Advances in Health Sciences Research aims to publish proceedings from conferences in fields of health sciences and health professions and those addressing the use of science and technology in the delivery of healthcare. Read full Aims & Scope

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Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Inter-professional Health Collaboration (ICIHC 2018)

Editors: Wasaporn Chanput; Khor Geok Lin; Rosalind Gibson
Volume 14, April 2019

Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Sports Sciences and Health 2018 (2nd ICSSH 2018)

Editors: Dona Sandy Yudasmara, S.Pd., M.Or; Nurrul Riyad Fadhli, S.Pd., M.Or; Taufik, S.Pd., M.Or; Dr. Prayogi Dwina Angga, S.Or., M.Pd; Ahmad Abdullah, M.Kes
Volume 7, February 2019

Proceedings of the 11th International Dentistry Scientific Meeting (IDSM 2017)

Editors: Masita Mandasari; Diah Ayu Maharani; Lindawati Kusdhany; Yuniardini Septorini Wimardhani; Bramma Kiswanjaya; Erik Idrus; Izzet Yavuz; Gajanan (Kiran) Kulkarni; Michele Callea; Anurekha Jain
Volume 4, May 2018

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