Aim and Scope

Journal of Pediatrics and Congenital Disorders is an intentional journal aims to provide a platform for physicians, Nutritionists, Psychiatrists, health researchers and academicians of all over the world to promote, share, and discuss various new issues and developments in child health related problems.

Publishing Areas:

Down syndrome
Severe thalassemia 
Prader-Willi Syndrome
General Pediatrics
Pediatric Subspecialties
Adolescent Medicine
Critical Care Medicine
Developmental-Behavioral Medicine
Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
Emergency Medicine
Health service research
Pediatric hospitalist medicine 

Publication of article types:
Original research articles:
Describes original research within the scope of the journal.
Case reports:
Reports of clinical presentations describing a diagnostic or therapeutic dilemma followed by evaluative studies.
Editorial comments:
Introduce current research and comment on major advances and developments in the field.
Present a new experimental method, test or procedure. The methods described may be completely new or a better version of already existing one. The method should demonstrate all the possible tests and results.
Rapid communications:
Short papers presenting highly significant and original material.
Review articles:
To review the progression of a research in the field and make suggestions for future work includes authoritative, comprehensive, descriptions of any subject within the scope of Pediatrics and Congenital Disorders Journal.
Letters to the editor:
Letter consisting of comments directly on publications of Journal which are already published or introduces a specific issue of a general interest.

As Journal of Pediatrics and Congenital Disorders follows the Creative Commons Attribution License and scholars open access publishing policies, readers can freely access the published articles through online and JPCD will be kept up to date with latest advances in the field of Pediatrics and Congenital Disorders. All published articles will be assigned with unique Digital Objective Identifier provided by Cross Ref