Journal of Research in Traditional Medicine (JRTM) is an open access, peer reviewed journal on scientific researches conducted in various traditional systems of medicine practiced worldwide. The Journal aims at providing a common platform for Scholars and Young aspirant scientists in the field of Traditional Medicine, to disseminate and utilize the knowledge of recorded and researched concepts pertaining to the fundamentals of human well being. 

Currently the journal accepts scientific inscriptions on researched concepts which come under the purview mentioned below from the field of Ayurveda, Herbal Medicine, Naturopathy, Yoga, Siddha, and Unani Medicine. 

  • Clinical Research (Including Interdisciplinary works)
  • Survey Study
  • Review Article
  • Monograph
  • Advances in education and teaching methods of traditional medicine
  • Pharmacology Research
  • Pharmaceutical Standardization
  • Pharmacognostical Research
  • Case report / Case Series
  • Short Communication
  • Proceeding report
  • Book review
  • Letter to editor
  • Protocol Publication

The journal also encourages Meta-analysis, systematic reviews and epidemiological survey studies conducted on various disease condition wherein traditional medicine may be helpful.

JRTM aims at producing evidence based articles and research works which are original, new, unique and most discussed topics of the medical fraternity in current period. Quick decision on the status of article is the USP of the journal. The journal has a dedicated team of highly qualified editorial members who work in chorus for timely publication of issues and for improving and updating the quality of journal throughout the year.

For the acceptance to the present rational era the journal is committed to publish quality works which strengthens the knowledge base of traditional medicine. We do not publish papers which does not provide any scientific or logical outputs.

Guidelines for Writing Articles 

1. CARE Checklist for writing Case Reports 

2. CONSORT guidelines for Reporting RCT

3. STROBE Checklist for Cross Sectional Studies