Paper Prints Policy

The Yashfeen Journal of Health Innovation and Practice (YJHIN) does not provide paper prints of its published articles. All articles are published online and are freely accessible to all readers. The journal believes that this is the best way to ensure that its research is widely disseminated and has the greatest impact.

The journal does offer a print-on-demand service for articles that are cited in a high number of other publications. This service allows authors to order a limited number of hard copies of their articles for personal use or to distribute to colleagues.

The YJHIN paper prints policy is in line with the trends in the academic publishing industry. More and more journals are moving to online-only publication, as this is a more efficient and sustainable way to disseminate research.

If you have any questions about the YJHIN paper prints policy, please contact the journal office.

Here are some of the reasons why the YJHIN does not provide paper prints of its published articles:

  • Online publication is more efficient and sustainable. It eliminates the need to print and distribute paper copies of articles, which can be costly and environmentally unfriendly.
  • Online publication makes articles more accessible to a wider audience. Anyone with an internet connection can access YJHIN articles, regardless of their location or institutional affiliation.
  • Online publication allows for more interactive features. Articles can be enriched with multimedia content, such as videos, audio recordings, and interactive visualizations.
  • Online publication is more cost-effective for authors. Authors do not have to pay for the printing and distribution of paper copies of their articles.