The International Journal of Travel Medicine and Global Health (IJTMGH) has been ranked as a Scientific and Research journal by the committee of the Iranian Medical Sciences Journals of the Ministry of Health and Education. The journal is a peer-reviewed international academic journal published quarterly by the International Travel Medicine Center of Iran. IJTMGH publishes papers in all fields of Travel Medicine & Global Health aiming to increase the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of various disorders which can be presented, deteriorated, and healed in a travel.

Our primary aim is to facilitate the exchange of ideas, hypothesis, techniques and information among all physicians. IJTMGH is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal encompassing all diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic aspects of medicine in travels and is adhering to ICMJE and COPE recommendation.


Frequency: 4 Issues Per Year


Article Processing Charge (APC)

The IJTMGH publishes all its manuscripts in full open access, meaning unlimited use and reuse of articles, in addition to giving credit to the authors. Iranian authors pay a one-time Article Processing Charge (APC) to cover the costs of peer review administration and management, language editing, designing, professional production of articles in PDF and other formats, and dissemination of published papers in various venues, in addition to other publishing functions. There are no charges for rejected articles, no submission charges, and no charges based on the length of an article, figures or supplementary data. "Letter to Editor" is free of charge".

The APC for Iranian authors (manuscripts published from Summer 2021):

Charges for Acceptance Letter: 5,000,000 Rials

Card Number: 6273-8111-3857-9526

Sheba Number: IR39-0150-0001-8146-3115-0505-01

Note: There are no submission fees or article processing charges for international authors.


Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 2 - Serial Number 37, June 2022, Pages 46-89 


Clearing the Air: a Global Health Perspective on Air Pollution

Pages 46-49


Arielle V. Locke; Róisín C. Heffernan; Gabrielle McDonagh; Jack Yassa; Gerard Thomas Flaherty

Review Article

Omicron Variant: An Acute Public Health Problem

Pages 50-54


Ezekiel Ayomide Adebowale; Ridwan Olamilekan Adesola

Hematological Parameters Variations Among Patients With Uncomplicated Plasmodium falciparum Infection in Cambodia

Pages 70-75


Rathvicheth Bun; Bui Thi My Anh; Kyaw Ko Ko; May Chan Oo; Kyaw Zarni Tun; Myat Thu Soe; Pyae Linn Aung

Descriptive Analysis of the COVID-19 Pandemic During the First and Second Waves in a North-Central State in Nigeria

Pages 76-82


Oluwatosin E. Fakayode; Oladayo D. Awoyale; Olayinka S. Ilesanmi; Femi Oladiji; Aanuoluwapo A. Afolabi; Muftau T. Oyewo; Ifeoluwa A. Adefila; Itunuoluwa G. Bakinde; Adamu N. Muhammed; Jibril Yinusa; Damilola M. Abdullahi; Habib A. Lawal; Kasali S. Ajao; Saheed O. Adedoyin

Medical Tourism Challenges After the Prevalence of COVID-19: The Neurosurgery Field

Pages 83-87


Bahram Aminmansour; Mehdi Mahmoodkhani; Mehdi Shafiei; Ali Mokhtari; Mehrnaz Hematzadeh; Donya Sheibani-Tehrani

Letter to Editor

The Necessity of Designing and Launching Electronic COVID-19 Vaccination Registry System in Iran

Pages 88-89


Seyed Saeidreza Mousavi-Roknabadi; Razieh Sadat Mousavi-Roknabadi; Hosain Safaei-Firouzabadi; Mehrdad Sharifi