Journal of Complexity in Health Sciences

Journal of Complexity in Health Sciences

publishes investigations and evaluations of the complexity of living organisms and their systems.

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Journal of Complexity in Health Sciences (CHS) ISSN (Print) 2538-7995, ISSN (Online) 2538-8002 publishes articles describing investigations and evaluations of the complexity of living organisms and their systems. Holistic relationships and synchronization of internal systems (and groups of subsystems) of the organism. The complexity of interrelationships between internal systems of the organism during physical activity and recovery processes. Investigation of the effect of different pathological processes and illnesses to the self-organization of living organisms. The complexity of societal health and wellness. The development of novel technological, mathematical and computational techniques for the assessment of the complexity in general and the holistic interrelationships of different subsystems in a living organism(s) in particular. Established in 2017 and published 2 times a year (semiannual). Published by JVE International

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Issue 1
June 30th
Issue 2
December 31st
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Prof. Alfonsas Vainoras

Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Editor in Chief

Vaiva Šiaučiūnaitė

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Assistant Editor

Editorial Board
N. Balague Barcelona University, INEFC, Spain
K. Hedayat Endobiogeny Medical Center, USA
R. Hristovski Cyril and Myphodius University, Macedonia
G. Jaruševičius Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Jian Ma School of Reliability and Systems Engineering, Beihang University, China
R. McCraty HeartMath Institute, USA
Ali Merdji Faculty of Science and Technology, Route de Mamounia, Mascara University, Algeria
Z. Navickas Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
J. Poderys Lithuanian Sports University, Lithuania
M. Ragulskis Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
W. Scholnhorn Johanes Gutenberg University, Germany
A. Slapšinskaitė Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
M. Štelemėkas Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Joachim Peter Sturmberg University of Newcastle, Australia
C. Torrens Leida University, Spain
P. Vazquez Justes Barcelona University, INEFC, Spain
V. Zaveckas Lithuania University of Health Sciences, Lithuania

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