Aims and Scope
The Asia Pacific Scholar (TAPS) is an open-access, peer reviewed online educational journal presently published 3 times a year. TAPS aims to address the needs of health professionals involved in the education of future practitioners. It provides a forum for communication amongst health professional educators across the disciplines. The journal’s areas of focus include: research in medical and health professional education, pedagogical innovations, educational leadership and management.
The Asia Pacific Scholar (TAPS) is an open access journal where there are no existing charges incurred for reading and publishing of materials with TAPS. Readers of TAPS are free to adapt and share the published materials for non-commercial purposes, provided that TAPS is duly accredited and cited.
Categories of Manuscripts
TAPS welcomes manuscripts under the following categories:
- Original Articles
- Review Articles
- Short Communications
- Letters to the Editor
- Personal View
- Global Perspectives
- Case Studies (At the Forefront)
For templates of the categories, please refer to Instructions to Authors.