Welcome to Transcontinental Publishers

Transcontinental Publishers (TP) is an emerging International open-access and peer reviewed publisher that publishes high quality articles in all areas of research and delivers it to the widest possible audience. It publishes in a wide range of academic feilds; medicine and medical sciences, biological sciences, engineering, business, economics, arts, humanities, social sciences, agric etc. Transcontinental Publishers is established with an aim to facilitate an easy and hassle free transference of Research findings and knowledge amongst the scientific community. 


Our Mission

Our Mission is to promote the interests and growth of scientists, circulate academic awareness and publish high quality research while providing our journals free of charge.


Why Publish With Us

  • Encouragement of only quality research & its publication
  • Strict plagiarism checking – plagiarism for us is a crime
  • Publishing of all types of research articles, special issues and proceedings
  • Publishing decision within two (2) weeks of submission
  • Prompt and fair peer review from two or more expert peer reviewers
  •  Frequent updates on your paper's statu
  •  Friendly responsive staff

Recent Published Articles

Original Research Articles
Nasser Al Juhani, Ezzat Karima, Amani El Hozali, Rashid AL JAWAIR, Ashraf Shaaban, Hossam Dessouky, Nevine Abdulfattah and Roquyia Abdellah
Registry on Monitoring the Effectiveness and Tolerability of Basal (Plus/Bolus) Regimen with Insulin Glargine and Insulin Glulisine in T2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients in Everyday Practice in Saudi
February 2019 Vol: 4(1): 001-009 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (182 KB)
Original Research Article
Danladi Chiroma Husaini, Diomar Salazar, Roberta Thimbriel, Innocent Nwachukwu and Augustine Dele Domingo
Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk Factors among University of Belize students
December 2017 Vol: 3(1): 007-012 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (143 KB)
Original Research Article
María Gabriela Nachón-García, Ulises Jiménez-Correa, Juan Santiago-García and Fabio García-García
Anxiety, Insomnia and Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Sleep Bruxism Patients
December 2017 Vol: 3(1): 001-006 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (223 KB)
Original Research Article
Alao OA, Ajayi IR, Babalola MT, Ajiboye Y, Musiliyu KA, Ajayi AA and Olagunju OE
Empirical Study of the Health Effects of Extreme Weather Conditions on Human and the Environment
October 2017 Vol: 2(1): 001-007 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (243 KB)
Original Research Article
Patrícia Abreu Pinheiro de Lemos, Rosane Silva Carneiro de Araújo and Waldemar Naves do Amaral
Association between Trichomonas vaginalis infection in pregnant non-pregnant and HIV-positive women
December 2016 Vol: 2(4): 039-045 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (147 KB)
Original Research Article
Mostafa Q Al-Shamiri
An Observational Study to evaluate the behavior of physicians focusing on the preference patterns of ARB/HCTZ combinations containing high dose (25 mg) diuretic for the treatment of hypertension in Saudi Arabia
December 2016 Vol: 2(4): 032-038 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (222 KB)
Original Research Article
Sara Lemos Rocha, Carla Veiga Rodrigues, Sara Vieira, Maria Clara Baldaia, Diana Ferreira, Cátia Silva, Vitor Costa, Rita Oliveira, Bruno Serra
Influence of speculum lubricants on cervical smears regarding pain relief and cytology results
December 2016 Vol: 2(4): 027-031 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (139 KB)
Original Research Article
Sharma SK and Soni KC
Nesting Ecology, Interspecific Interaction and Nesting Association of Indian Black Kite (Milvus migrans) Inhabiting the Arid Zone of Rajasthan
December 2016 Vol: 2(4): 017-026 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (173 KB)
Original Research Article
Ola Shittu
Employee Pay Satisfaction in the Nigerian Retail Banks Sector: the different the perception between Male and Female
December 2016 Vol: 2(1): 001-012 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (213 KB)
Original Research Article
Julius N Nguku, Elizabeth W Mwaniki and Fiona Mbai
Impact of an Integrated HIV/STI Prevention Project in Reducing Behavioral Risks for Out-of-school, 15-24-year-old girls in Mukuru Slums, Nairobi
October 2016 Vol: 2(3): 010-016 [Abstract] [Full Text - PDF] (538 KB)

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