JMIR journals continue to lead the field according to newly released Journal Citation Reports
(Philadelphia/Toronto, July 2, 2020) We are excited to announce that the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) has received an impact factor of over 5 (5.03, 5 Year Impact Factor: 6.00) according to the newly released Journal Citation Reports (Web of Science Group, 2020).
In addition to JMIR, we are also proud to announce the impact factors for other JMIR journals. JMIR mHealth and uHealth now has an impact factor of 4.31 (5 Year Impact Factor: 5.32), JMIR Medical Informatics received an impact factor of 2.58, JMIR Serious Games received an impact factor of 3.53 and with an inaugural impact factor of 3.54, JMIR Mental Health has been recognized for the important work that has been published since the journal first launched in 2014.
JMIR Publications, now with a portfolio of almost 30 journals, strives to help leaders in the health technology space disseminate their ideas and research results. We take pride in our stringent peer-review and editing processes that ensure the research we publish is always of the highest quality. We thank our editors and reviewers who help us to succeed in this mission. Most importantly, it is our authors, who continue to share their unique and ground-breaking research with us and the public, who deserve the main credit for JMIR journals achieving a top journal status in digital health. By deciding to send their best paper to a JMIR journal, they have helped JMIR Publications to be the uncontested leading publisher in the digital health space.
While we are proud of our impact factor, we do want to stress that impact factors should not be the only metric to gauge the influence and quality of a journal. Although not all JMIR Publications’ journals have impact factors yet, we have the same quality expectations and processes for all our journals. All papers undergo a thorough peer-review and editing process. All applicable journals are indexed in PubMed. We encourage authors to consider other quality metrics as well, such as top author satisfaction ratings on sites such as SciRev or Google, where JMIR also has consistent 5-star ratings from hundreds of authors (Average rating: 5.0 !) due to its' speed and quality of peer-reviews.
JMIR Publications is committed to advancing digital health and scholarly communication. Join us and submit your paper today at JMIR!
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