This issue aims to capture new intervention research using the internet and related technologies to improve health. The focus will be on new empirical research rather than theoretical contributions. Trials examining the effectiveness of new and improved interventions for physical and mental disorders; the use of smart phones, internet support groups and social media; and implementation and ethical issues associated with new e health services are very welcome. Empirical papers addressing issues to do with engagement, adherence, level of support and translation also strongly encouraged.
Full papers in JMIR style should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A panel of Editors including Professors and Drs Andersson, Christensen, Cuijpers, Mohr, Monoz, Riper, and Ritterband will review full papers and invite 10-12 of these to submit to the special issue by April 2011.