JMIR Mental Health
Internet interventions, technologies and digital innovations for mental health and behaviour change
As in previous years, JMIR will produce a theme issue (e-collections) on Internet Interventions which will also include some of the best papers presented at the ISRII meeting in Valencia. For previous examples see for example:
- http://www.jmir.org/themes/41 (ISRII Theme Issue 2012)
- http://www.jmir.org/themes/130 (ISRII Theme Issue 2013)
The e-collection will comprise of papers published in multiple JMIR journals, although most will be published in JMIR Mental Health (http://mental.jmir.org/), which is the best venue for this kind of work and currently offers publication free of charge. Another new journal which publishes articles free of charge is JMIR Human Factors (http://humanfactors.jmir.org/) which may be suitable for usability evaluations.
JMIR Research Protocols (http://researchprotocols.org) publishes proposals, protocols, and formative/pilot evaluations, and JMIR mHealth (http://mhealth.jmir.org/) and JMIR Serious Games (http://games.jmir.org/) (the latter also has no submission or article processing fees) are further options for papers in these respective areas.
The submission site is at http://mental.jmir.org/author (if you presented at the ISRII meeting in Valencia please select "JMIR ISRII Theme Issue 2014" on submission) or the respective submission site from other JMIR journals (when in doubt which journal is best suited, submit to JMIR at http://www.jmir.org/author.
JMIR Mental Health (JMH, ISSN 2368-7959) is a new spin-off journal of JMIR, the leading eHealth journal (Impact Factor 2013: 4.7).
JMIR Mental Health focusses on digital health and Internet interventions, technologies and electronic innovations (software and hardware) for mental health, addictions, online counselling and behaviour change. This includes formative evaluation and system descriptions, theoretical papers, review papers, viewpoint/vision papers, and rigorous evaluations.
JMIR Mental Health publishes even faster and has a broader scope with including papers which are more technical or more formative/developmental than what would be published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.
JMIR Mental Health features a rapid and thorough peer-review process, professional copyediting, professional production of PDF, XHTML, and XML proofs (ready for deposit in PubMed Central/PubMed), and an ipad App (in prep.).
JMIR Mental Health adheres to the same quality standards as JMIR and all articles published here are also cross-listed in the Table of Contents of JMIR, the worlds' leading medical journal in health sciences / health services research and health informatics.
Editorial Board members are currently being recruited, please contact us if you are interested (jmir.editorial.office at gmail.com).
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