Scholarena Journal of Forensic Science (SAJFS) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed journal which covers different aspects in the study of forensic science. Its research is focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

SAJFS aims to publish latest research articles and serve the scientific community by exploring the ideas of the scientific researchers at the same time strive to publish quality articles, it plays a key role in exposure of reviewed articles through online for free and openly available to researchers worldwide.     

RECENT ARTICLES
Changes in the Lifestyles among Medical Staff after the COVID-19 Pandemic
Objectives: Limited information was available regarding the impact of COVID-19 on lifestyle among medical staff after the pandemic. Methods: A standardized questionnaire was sent via social media to the medical staff in a COVID-designated hospital ...
Typical Profile of the Most Satisfied Patient in Physiotherapy in Kinshasa Hospitals
Introduction: Patient satisfaction is crucial, allowing patients to assess their care process. Satisfaction serves as a measure of the performance of healthcare professionals and healthcare facilities. This study aims to outline the typical profile...
Typical Profile of the Most Satisfied Physiotherpists Working in Kinshasa
Introduction: Job satisfaction is a positive emotional state resulting from a person's evaluation of their work. Job satisfaction is a central concept in understanding attitudes towards work (productivity, motivation, commitment) and in preventing ps...
Musculoskeletal Symptoms in Menopause
Women represent 51% of the population, yet there is a gap in knowledge regarding musculoskeletal symptoms and how they affect menopausal women. Menopausal (and perimenopausal) women will present to healthcare professionals with symptoms of aching a...
A Case of Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty Revision Using CORI System
Total knee arthroplasty (TKA) is a highly successful surgical procedure used to treat end-stage osteoarthritis of the knee. The increasing adoption of computer-assisted and robotic-assisted techniques in total joint arthroplasty has been found to e...
Surgical Management of Congenital Umbilical Hernia in Cross-Holstein Friesian Calf
A four-month-old Holstein Friesian crossbred calf weighing 70 kg was admitted to Offa Woreda veterinary clinic with a history of swelling at the umbilical region three months ago. Clinical examination revealed an umbilical hernia on palpation, an ov...