Journal of Medical Internet Research
interactive Journal of Medical Research
JMIR Research Protocols
JMIR Res Protoc publishes research protocols, current and ongoing trials, and grant proposals in all areas of medicine (with an initial focus on ehealth/mhealth). Publish your work in this journal to let others know what you are working on, to facilitate collaboration and/or recruitment, to avoid duplication of efforts, to create a citable record of a research design idea, and to aid systematic reviewers in compiling evidence. Research protocols or grant proposals that are funded and have undergone peer-review will receive an expedited review if you upload peer-review reports as supplementary files.
JMIR mhealth and uhealth
JMIR mhealth and uhealth is a new journal focussing on mobile and ubiquitous health technologies, including smartphones, augmented reality (Google Glasses), intelligent domestic devices, implantable devices, and other technologies designed to maintain health and improve life.
JMIR Serious Games
Serious games for health and social change
JMIR Wiki Medical Reviews
JMIR Wiki Medical Reviews (JMIR Wiki Med Rev) is an innovative journal which takes the best wikipedia articles in medicine, peer-reviews them, and publishes them as citable scholarly review article, with the goals to 1) Improve Wikipedia articles, 2) enhance public trust in the accuracy of medical Wikipedia articles, 4) improve visibility and indexing of outstanding Wikipedia articles (e.g. by indexing in bibliographic databases and featuring them on JMIR), 5) to acknowledge authors who volunteer their time on wikipedia to improve articles by listing them as authors in a "citable" publication, 6) to add an additional layer of formal peer-review to wikipedia articles
JMIR Healthcare Improvement
This journal is devoted to ideas to healthcare improvement, and the science on how to develop and disseminate these ideas. This area is also called knowledge translation or or implementation sciences.