New Journal for Midwives in Asia
Despite of the immense work done in south central and Middle East Asia, there is a dearth for information related to midwifery from Asian countries. Now regional midwives and maternal, neonatal, and child health (MNCH) experts have come together to improve this situation and have launched the Journal of Asian Midwives (JAM).
JAM will be promoting midwifery in Asia through the publication of high-quality research papers, theoretical papers, policy papers in the field of midwifery practice, education and studies. The regional and international editorial, associate and the advisory boards will maintain its quality. JAM is owned by the South Asian Midwifery Alliance (SAMA). The biannual issues of JAM will be published in June and December. The online JAM will be managed, archived, and hosted in ecommons through courtesy of Aga Khan University library.
The Journal of Asian Midwives can be accessed here