Eminent Editorial Board Members

Bruno Ferreira
BRAZIL
Journal of Ergonomics Studies and Research
Eghbal Sekhavati
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
Journal of Ergonomics Studies and Research
Adnan Ćatović
CROATIA
Journal of Ergonomics Studies and Research
LUZ-EUGENIA COX-FUENZALIDA
UNITED STATES
Journal of Ergonomics Studies and Research
Mustapha Mouloua
UNITED STATES
Journal of Ergonomics Studies and Research

Journal of Ergonomics Studies and Research (JESR) is aimed at ergonomists and all those interested in applying ergonomics/human factors in the design, planning and management of technical and social systems at work or leisure.

Journal of Ergonomics Studies and Research (JESR) is of interest to ergonomists, health and safety specialists, design engineers, risk analysts, industrial and systems engineers, occupational health specialists, organizational psychologists, training specialists, managers, work inspectors, and human-computer interaction specialists.

RECENT ARTICLES
Review on Effect of Contaminants on Determination of Blood Group
Blood is important trace evidence obtained from crime scene. The use of blood in forensic analysis is a method of identifying individuals suspected of committing some kind of crime. But most of the time blood is contaminated because of various reason...
Secondary Changes in Dentin as a Biomarker in Age Determination: Study Using Digital Orthopontomograms of Senegalese Subjects
Knowledge of age is essential for people living because of its social, legal and judicial involvement. The tooth represents an excellent medico-legal tool for age assessment through its growth, biological behaviour and aging. The aim of this study wa...
Sustainable Fish Production Through Ecological and Fisheries Management of Canals in Indian Sundarbans (West Bengal)
The canal systems in Indian Sundarbans, West Bengal cover 907.33 ha area and offers a huge resources for fisheries development and livelihood. Naturally, fish enter to these canals from the source waters and form natural populations. Despite having v...
Fatigue Exercise Alters the Profiles of Physiological Biomarkers in Association with Four Metabolic Pathways: A Metabolomic Study
This study aimed to investigate the effect of fatigue exercise on metabolic markers in skeletal muscles through proton-nuclear magnetic resonance (1H-NMR) spectrometric analysis. METHODS: Twenty 7-week-old, male SD (Sprague Dawley) rats were randomly...
Survival and Prognostic Factors of Patients Infected with Human Immunodeficiency Virus at Point G Teaching Hospital, Bamako, Mali
This study determined the survival rate and prognostic factors of death in hospitalized HIV-infected patients under receiving antiretroviral treatment (ART) at Point G Teaching Hospital, the largest referral facility in Bamako, Mali...
Relationship Between Nursing, Health Technology and Work Overload: A Praxeoloical Approach
Nurses are continually implementing and incorporating health technology in their practices. Caring and the use of health technology create a work overload. Thus, there is risk that the time for clinical judgment in the provision of care, preventing p...