The Journal of Asian Medical Students’ Association (JAMSA) (ISSN: 2226-3403) is an International peer reviewed, online open-access student led biomedical journal of the Asian Medical Students’ Association-International (AMSA International) published biannually, indexed at Ulrichsweb, Google Scholar, IndexCopernicus and Gale Cangage learning. It has been started with a vision of encouraging student led research in the Asia-Pacific Region and beyond.

Research and Scientific writing by medical students is being increasingly acknowledged all over the world. AMSA International with its vision of Knowledge, Action and Friendship, wants to encourage all forms of research and creative work from medical students. JAMSA is a platform for young and budding researchers from Asia-Pacific and beyond who are just beginning their careers in the medical and scientific fields.



The main objective of JAMSA is to serve as a portal by documenting the research activities. We encourage all forms of scientific writing including Original Research articles, Review Articles, Case Reports, feature articles, letters to the editor etc. If you are interested in submitting your research article please go through the Author Guidelines and Submission Guidelines under the Submission section of our website.

The journal accepts scientific articles authored by medical students including but not limited to the member countries of AMSA International. Scientific articles related to all the disciplines of medicine, public health or health care management and those articles having impact on health in any form will be accepted. However, the editorial board reserves the right to deny publication of any article if it deems so. One of our priorities is to keep the article processing time to a minimum. Our online submission and article processing system has been tailored to fulfill this objective. Preference will be given to original articles with structured methodology.

If you have any questions feel free to contact us at or contact any of the editors at the email addresses provided in the website.

Vol. 9 (2021): Abstract Book - EAMSC 2021

The Journal of Asian Medical Students’ Association (JAMSA) aims to serve as a platform for medical students to thrive and strive in the exponential development of evidence-based medicine. The main objective of JAMSA is to serve as a portal by documenting the research activities. To achieve that goal, we propose  partnerships with  conference committees to publish an Abstract Book consisting of scientific paper abstracts, scientific posters, and white papers.

Here, we present the Abstracts of the East Asian Medical Students’ Conference (EAMSC) 2021, Manila, Philippines. With the conference theme, “Communication in Healthcare - Sending the Right Message”, the EAMSC 2021 organised academic competitions to focus on the unique challenges posed by health communication strategies in their own countries, and how these affect the overall delivery of health services to their people. Abstracts of the Scientific Poster & Paper Competition and White Paper Competition  are published in this Abstract Book which will help the reader quickly ascertain the paper's purpose

Published: 2021-01-07

Telemonitoring implantable cardiac devices in reducing heart failure complications: an updated systematic review

T. L. Chan, Y. P. M. Ling, A. H. Y. Liu, Y. T. Lam, T. C. Lam, S. R. B. Yue, Dr. FAN Yue Yan, Katherine


COVID-19 personal and perceived stigma as predictors of autonomy and relatedness need satisfaction in Hong Kong’s university students

Y. P. M. Ling, T. L. Chan, H. Y. A. Liu, Y. T. Lam, S. R. B. Yue, T. C. Lam, Dr. Phoenix Kit-han MO


Media Reporting of Suicides and its Impact on the General Population: A Scoping Review

Janine Trixia Austria, Kevin Miko Buac, Claro Emmanuel Monsanto, Ma. Jamaica Monique Ponce, Arnold Christopher Soriano, Mystie Suzuki, Eric S. Reyes


The Impact of Technology-Based Interventions on Informal Caregivers of Persons with Dementia: A Systematic Review

Joelle Tan Hwee Inn, Nicole Han Xinrong, Leong Shi Ying Victoria, Teo Wei Ling Rachel, Christopher Mark Kuek


Plugging the Gap: The Millennial Surge in Melancholy

Christopher Mark Kuek, Nicole Han Xinrong, Joelle Tan Hwee Inn, Victoria Leong Shi Ying , Rachel Te Wei Ling


Piercing Tribal Language Barriers in Health Communication

Christsanutth Siripakkaphant, Petnumnueng Ponsumritchok, Siwakorn Chanchalotorn, Tin Ayurag, Chanodom Piankusol


The HPV Vaccine Crisis in Japan

Van Tai Nguyen, Marina Endo, Shiichi Ihara, Ami Kato, Soma Sakamoto, Takahiro Tanaka, Yoshino Tanaka


Dealing with Health Misinformation in Diverse Social Media

Kun-Ting Lo, Yi-Chen Chiang, Ya-Chu Chang, Hao-Yu Tseng


Surfing the Waves of Infodemic: Building a Cohesive Philippine Framework Against Misinformation

Joseph Rem C Dela Cruz, Christl Jan S Tiu, Raphael Ian B Velasco, Hannah Joyce Y. Abella, Mark Vincent P Dela Cruz, Jemil Austin M. Lacson, Ian Oliver D. Macatangay, Erika P. Ong, Jaypee M. Paguntalan, Nanette B. Doroja


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