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  1. Authors: Abla S. Mostafa, Ashraf Abdalbaky, E. M. Fouda, Hala H. Shaaban, Hala G. Elnady, Magda Hassab-Allah, Mohamed M. Rashad, Mona M. El Attar, Mostafa Alfishawy, Shahenaz M. Hussien, Tarek Hamed, Dina H. Hamed and Dina T. Sarhan

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About the Society

Egyptian Pediatric Association Gazette is the official journal of the Egyptian Pediatric Association. The society was established 1933 and is the oldest scientific society in MENA region and a founding member of most international and regional child heath associations. It is a non-governmental organization, actively participating in child advocacy, medical education and public awareness.

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Aims and scope

The Egyptian Pediatric Association Gazette is a double-blinded, peer-reviewed, open access, journal focused on children’s health and healthcare, from a multidisciplinary perspective expanding into social, psychological and health-related logistics and economics. It publishes top-quality research papers documenting current practices and promoting new developments in pediatrics, pediatric surgery and related sub-specialties, entailing recent clinical advances, innovations and experimental developments, being animal or laboratory-based experimentation, pertinent to Medical and Surgical Pediatrics.

The Gazette essentially welcomes original research papers, review articles, case reports and guidelines. Research papers may include short research communications, technical reports, Systematic reviews, meta-analyses.  Review articles must rely on assembly of citable evidence, linked together with expert perspective. Narrative reviews of multidisciplinary and specialist aspects of clinical services can be considered.
The journal welcomes submissions from local, regional and international researchers. It has a high visibility and an international readership.  The theme of the Gazette is to continuously import clinical best-practice and recent scientific advances in order to facilitate local and regional improvement in medical and surgical healthcare of children, across Egypt, Africa and the Middle East.

About the Editor

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Khaled H. K. Bahaaeldin, Editor-in-Chief

Khaled H. K. Bahaaeldin M.D., is a professor of pediatrics and neonatal surgery at Cairo University. He has been the Editor-in-Chief of the Egyptian Pediatric Association Gazette since 2007. He is also the Treasurer for the Egyptian Pediatric Association. Professor Bahaeeldin's interests include child advocacy, medical education, quality improvement and surgical neonatal intensive care. 

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