Research and Scientific Intiatives for the Betterment of Scientific and Socio-Economic Enhancement

in most of the struggling economies, medical and scientific research is understandably a matter of low priority, IRPC is dedicated to activities that enhance the benefits of research directly to the people.

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About Irpc

 Welcome to the virtual forum of International Research Promotion Council (IRPC).The council has been constituted and promoted by enthusiastic well-wishers of research from the health care and scientific community. IRPC is a totally dedicated, non-governmental and non- profit registered charitable international organization fully structured to provide research and scientific incentives for the betterment of scientific, socio-economic enhancement of the society, mainly of, developing and under developed Austral-Afro- Asia- Pacific countries

Most of the struggling economies are unable to meet the demands for preventive medical practices and are equally unable to meet the cost of appropriate health care for the people. In view of all these inadequacies, medical and scientific research is becoming a matter of low priority.

IRPC Objectives

 The roots of IRPC spring from the necessity to counter the problems related to research in developing and underdeveloped countries. The vast majority of the population of this planet are living in the erstwhile Third World, as are the majority of undiagnosed, or at best under diagnosed, cases of serious diseases.

Yet only a small part of the global health care resources are channeled towards meeting these grave and demanding needs for medical and related support. Morbidity and mortality rates in most of the developing and underdeveloped countries are unproportionally very high and lives are being lost for lack of basic healthcare.

The problem is more evident in the very young and the elderly who often succumb to the advanced stages of illnesses that are easily preventable or readily curable in any developed country. These inequalities can be assumed to be the result of unsound economic disparities that, are existing in the underdeveloped countries.

Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer - Multidisciplinary Oncology Journal

Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer (AJC) ISSN-0972-2556 established in 2000, is the first international cancer journal published from Asia and Australia. This journal is a multidisciplinary oncology journal covering all aspects of cancer treatment, research, supportive care and palliative care. The journal has 9 editorial offices is affiliated to and released International Research Promotion Council (IRPC) Bangalore- India; Kuwait Cancer Control Center- Kuwait; Griffith University- Australia; CQUniversity - Australia; Gunma University-Japan and University of Patras Medical School, Patras, Greece.
The AJC's primary objective is the dissemination of information regarding cancer research, treatment and best-practice supportive care and palliative care between resource rich and resource limited countries. The journal facilitates this objective by providing Open-Access content, having geographically and culturally diverse editorial offices and encouraging researchers from all countries to submit their research publications.
Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer (AJC) is a self-supportive, open-access multidisciplinary, peer reviewed international cancer journal. It is governed by an Editorial and Scientific Advisory board of international experts and has an open and transparent publication process as described in Information for Authors.

Visit http://www.australasiancancer.org

  • Quadrant - Project Management Software for Researchers
    Quadrant is proud to be a supporter and collaborator of the Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer and International Research Promotion Council.
    Quadrant is a cloud-based project management and data collection software tool that allows participant-based researchers to work collaboratively and efficiently from a self-managed centralised site. Quadrant addresses the need for secure and ethical online research project management and data storage.
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  • Short course intensive training programs for junior researchers of the developing and underdeveloped countries to impart basic knowledge on clinical trials and motivate to start a research oriented profession.

    Research in the developing world, falls back nearly by ten years in most areas of science and health when compared to that of developed countries. While research forms the backbone of advancements in areas relevant to a specific country; developing and underdeveloped countries have provided it a very low priority. Because of this the deficiencies and shortcomings, which existed 50 years ago in several parts of the world, are still there though in a less intensity.

    IRPC has initiated steps to co-ordinate research and developmental programs for the young scientists in the developing and underdeveloped countries with the help of teaching institutions in Europe, Australia and America.


Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer ISSN-0972-2556 is the first international cancer journal published from Asia and Australia. This journal is a multidisciplinary oncology journal covering all aspects of cancer treatment and research. The journal has 9 editorial offices.The journal is affiliated to and released by Kuwait Cancer Control Center- Kuwait; Griffith University- Australia; CQUniversity - Australia; Gunma University-Japan; Cancer Center of CAPGH, Beijing, China and University of Patras Medical School, Patras, Greece.

Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer is an official and academic publication of Kuwait Cancer Control Centre- Kuwait. It has academic collaboration with International Program of Psycho-Social Health Research (IPP-SHR) – Australia; CQUniversity - Australia; Gunma University-Japan; Cancer Center of CAPGH, Beijing, China and University of Patras Medical School, Patras, Greece.

The journal has 9 editorial offices and is affiliated to, and released by: the International Research Promotion Council (IRPC) Bangalore- India; Kuwait Cancer Control Center- Kuwait; Griffith University- Australia; CQUniversity - Australia; Gunma University-Japan and University of Patras Medical School, Patras, Greece. Editorial offices are functioning in Kuwait, Australia, Japan, Poland, Tanzania, Sweden, Iceland and America.

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  • Quadrant - Project Management Software for Researchers
    Quadrant is proud to be a supporter and collaborator of the Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer and International Research Promotion Council.
    Quadrant is a cloud-based project management and data collection software tool that allows participant-based researchers to work collaboratively and efficiently from a self-managed centralised site. Quadrant addresses the need for secure and ethical online research project management and data storage.
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  • IRPC is launching the new website with renewed contents and chapter details. The website will be continuously be updated with contributions from all chapters and associations.
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Chapter Highlights

  • Australian Chapter:- Dr Pam McGrath and her team, International Program of Psycho-Social Health Research (IPP-SHR), have worked closely with IRPC on a range of research projects.
  • Australian Chapter:- Hamish Holewa, IPP-SHR has contributed to the development of IRPC's journal, the Austral-Asian Journal of Cancer, a HERDC recognised, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary cancer journal.
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