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


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


Current Issue: Volume 9, Issue 2, Spring 2021, Pages 44-101 

2. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2): Epidemiology and Vaccinology in Nigeria

Pages 60-69


Ridwan Olamilekan Adesola; Oluwatobi Emmanuel Oladele; Ahmed Oluwasegun Tajudeen; Oluwatobi Moses Ogundepo; Dinesh Murali

Short Communication

4. Scientometric Evaluation of Published Articles in Travel Medicine and Global Health

Pages 73-77


William Wen Oh; Nizrull Nasir; Gerard Thomas Flaherty

Original Article

5. Entry Screening at Airport as a COVID-19 Surveillance Tool: Evaluation of Thiruvananthapuram International Airport in Kerala, India

Pages 78-83


Chintha Sujatha; Sreejith Lalitha Krishnankutty; Khalid Khader; Anju K. Kanmani; Arya Rahul; Meenu M. Suresh; Reshma Rajan Sudha; Pillaveettil Sathyadas Indu

6. People’s Concerns With the Prediction of COVID-19 in Bangladesh: Application of Autoregressive Integrated Moving Average Model

Pages 84-93


Md. Ismail Hossain; Ahmed Abdus Saleh Saleheen; Iqramul Haq; Maliha Afroj Zinnia; Md. Rifat Hasan; Samia Kabir; Md. Injamul Haq Methun; Md. Iqbal Hossain Nayan; Ashis Talukder

Letter to Editor

8. Occupational Challenges and Physician Deaths During COVID-19 Pandemic

Pages 100-101


Md. Sahidur Rahman; Maisha Farzana; Tazrina Rahman