Success Stories of 2022 – JMIR
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Two new collections by JMIR
Over the last year, ScienceOpen and JMIR Publications have collaborated to create two collections that promote quality research in various health-related disciplines.
The publications in ScienceOpen are embedded in the discovery environment of over 82 million publications for increased visibility and placed in context with other relevant collections to increase the impact of the research by JMIR even further.
The JMIR Publications collection showcases the breadth and quality of digital health research in the JMIR portfolio. This collection covers JMIR’s most well-known disciplines, such as public health surveillance, serious games, informatics, AI applications in healthcare, and mental health. Simultaneously, the JMIR Research Protocols Collection showcases methodologies published in advance of results.
These two collections bring together researchers and academics from around the world, enhancing collaboration and the exchange of ideas while demonstrating the benefits of open-access publishing models.
Celebrate the diversity of JMIR’s content through some highlighted articles from the two collections:
- Using a Proximity-Detection Technology to Nudge for Physical Distancing in a Swedish Workplace During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Retrospective Case Study
- Impact of Telehealth on the Delivery of Prenatal Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Mixed Methods Study of the Barriers and Opportunities to Improve Health Care Communication in Discussions About Pregnancy and Prenatal Genetic Testing
- Learning the Treatment Process in Radiotherapy Using an Artificial Intelligence–Assisted Chatbot: Development Study
- A Smartphone-Based Intervention for Anxiety and Depression in Racially and Ethnically Diverse Adults (EASE): Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial
- Using Semi structured Telephone Interviews to Collect Qualitative Data From People With HIV Who Are Not in Medical Care: Implementation Study
- Effectiveness of Gamification in Knee Replacement Rehabilitation: Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial With a Qualitative Approach
It’s very easy and simple to submit to JMIR journals from the collection site on ScienceOpen. Just click the “Submit Manuscript” button, and you’ll be taken to a page with more details on how to send your manuscript.
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