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Asian Journal of Quality of Life (AjQoL)

The Asian Journal of Quality of Life (AjQoL) is an international interdisciplinary Open Access Journal, published quarterly.  It aims to publish the best papers presented at the AicQoL (AMER International Conference on Quality of Life) held in Southeast-Asian countries, and AQoL (ABRA International Conference on Quality of Life) held in non-Southeast-Asian countries. The double-blind peer-reviewed papers are concerned with Quality of Life (QoL) issues. Publ. by e-IPH.

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Asian Journal of Quality of Life (AjQoL)

The AjQoL is an international multidisciplinary Open Access Journal which adheres to the BOAI definition of open access: that users have the right to ‘read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles’. It is currently indexed in the DOAJ and SCIENCEOPEN. It publishes double-blind peer-reviewed, original research articles relating to Quality of Life issues affecting the Asian communities living in both the Asian and non-Asian countries, worldwide. Successful articles published had attained an equivalent minimum score of 90% for the English Language and Similarity Index (Plagiarism) of not more than 30%, based on Grammarly. Articles should be about 4,500 words (excluding References) to be submitted as per the Journal Template together with the non-refundable Article Submission Charge @ USD50.00 per article. The Article Processing Charge (Publication Fees) is @ USD150 per article, for successful article to be published. Commencing 2018 the AjQoL shall be published bimonthly. Published by e-IPH Ltd UK.

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