Journals

  • South Florida Journal of Environmental and Animal Science

    The South Florida Journal of Environmental and Animal Science (SFJEAS) came as a new way to promote academic-scientific knowledge in the areas of animal and environmental sciences.

    It is a quarterly publication whose objective is to spread the knowledge in the area of animal and environmental through the publication of scientific articles which presents original contributions, both empirical and theoretical.

    Dariane Cristina Catapan, Phd., is Editor-in-Chief of the South Florida Journal of Environmental and Animal Science

    ISSN: 2769-3252

    DOI prefix of SFJEAS: 10.53499

  • South Florida Journal of Health

    The South Florida Journal of Health (SFJH) is a scientific dissemination body in the health area, covering the sub-areas of Biological Sciences, Physical Education, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Nursing, Pharmacy, Nutrition, Dentistry, Public Health, Medicine and its clinical specialties, Medicine and its surgical specialties, and other approaches in health and medicine. It is a quarterly publication, whose objective is to disseminate knowledge in the health field, through the publication of scientific articles that present original contributions, both empirical and theoretical.

    Edilson Antonio Catapan, is Editor-in-Chief of the South Florida Journal of Health.

    ISSN: 2675-5467

    DOI prefix of SFJH: 10.46981

  • South Florida Journal of Development

    The South Florida Journal of Development (SFJD) arose through some professor’s perception of the lack of means of dissemination in the development subject in scientific articles. It is a bimonthly publication whose objective is to spread the knowledge in the area of development through the publication of scientific articles which presents original contributions, both empirical and theoretical.

    Edilson Antonio Catapan, is Editor-in-Chief of the South Florida Journal of Development.

    ISSN: 2675-5459

    DOI prefix of SFJD: 10.46932