From Editor’s Desk
How to cite this article: Rao S, Mamtora D. From the Editor’s Desk. Wadia J Women Child Health 2023;2(1):2.
It is a privilege to announce the release of the third issue of WJWCH. This issue features a diverse range of articles - ranging from nutritional Vitamin D deficiency to rhabdomyosarcoma and scar ectopic pregnancy to neonatal airway obstruction - providing valuable insights into the complex and critical issues affecting woman and child healthcare.
WJWCH is quickly establishing itself as a trusted source of information and analysis on vital topics. With each issue, we strive to bring together the latest research and analysis from leading experts in the fields of pediatrics and obstetrics/gynecology.
One of the key strengths of this journal is its commitment to interdisciplinary research which ensures that the research presented in the journal is both comprehensive and nuanced.We also hope to arouse the interest of students with papers that address critical issues such as functional echo in the NICU as well as with some fascinating clinical images. We are particularly excited about the contributions from authors across the country, who bring a diversity of perspectives and experiences to our pages. From academic researchers to public health practitioners, each article provides a unique perspective on the issues affecting women and children.The articles have been meticulously reviewed by experts in the field, ensuring that the information presented is both accurate and relevant.
As we continue to grow and expand, we remain committed to our mission of getting this journal indexed. We believe that by bringing together the latest research and analysis, we can help influence policy and practice and thereby, improve health outcomes for the most vulnerable section of the society.
We would like to thank all of our contributors, reviewers, and readers for their support and encouragement in making this journal a success. We look forward to continuing to provide a platform for important research and insights in woman and child healthcare that will be presented in future issues of this journal.