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Journals dedicated to eHealth and mHealth research
Societies for eHealth and mHealth Research
Other research centers working on eHealth and mHealth


All suggestions about other resources are welcome.  Please contact yan.leykin@ucsf.edu

Journals for eHealth and mHealth

Journal of Medical Internet Research
http://www.jmir.org/

The Journal of Medical Internet Research is the first open access journal covering health informatics and the first international scientific peer-reviewed journal on all aspects of research, information and communication in the healthcare field using Internet-related technologies, also known as “eHealth.”  JMIR invites manuscripts from not only the medical sciences, but also behavioral, social and communication sciences, psychology, and other related fields.

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA)
http://www.jamia.org/

The Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association is a bimonthly journal that presents peer-reviewed articles that assist physicians, scientists, nurses, and other health care professionals develop and apply medical informatics to patient care, teaching, research, and health care administration.  A variety of formats accommodates work at all stages, from model formulation through definitive studies.

Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking
http://www.liebertonline.com/loi/cpb/

Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking is a bimonthly peer-reviewed journal that explores the impact of the Internet, multi-media and virtual reality on behavior and society. This journal would be of interest for psychologists, psychiatrists, sociologists, educators, computer scientists, business executives and opinion-makers interested in the effects of interactive technologies.

International Journal of Internet Research Ethics
http://ijire.net/

The International Journal of Internet Research Ethics is the first peer-reviewed online journal, dedicated specifically to cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural research on Internet Research Ethics.  All disciplinary perspectives, from those in the arts and humanities, to the social, behavioral, and biomedical sciences, are reflected in the journal.  The IJIRE publishes articles of both theoretical and practical nature to scholars from all disciplines who are pursuing—or reviewing—IRE work.  Case studies of online research, theoretical analyses, and practitioner-oriented scholarship that promote understanding of IRE at ethics and institutional review boards, for instance, are encouraged.



Societies for eHealth and mHealth

International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII
http://www.isrii.org

The International Society for Research on Internet Interventions (ISRII) is a non-profit interdisciplinary organization committed to advancing the scientific approach to studying eHealth interventions and information and communication technologies targeting behavioral and mental health. ISRII is a group of researchers, clinicians, developers, coordinators, economists, policy experts and industry associates whose mission is to foster excellence in evidence-based eHealth interventions targeting behavioral and mental health. The eHealth interventions are broadly inclusive of existing and emerging technologies, including the Internet, mobile devices, digital gaming, virtual reality, remote sensing and robotics, among others.


Centers for eHealth and mHealth Research

Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies
http://cbits.northwestern.edu/

CBITs provides a unique home for research and education relating to Behavioral Intervention Technologies (BITs). BITs are applications of behavioral intervention theories and strategies through the use of technology features to address target behaviors in support of health and mental health. Examples include web-based, mHealth and sensor-based interventions. CBITs is directed by David Mohr, Ph.D., one of the co-founders of IWHRC.




Generous support for our projects has been provided by the
Brin Wojcicki Foundation
Google Grants
NIH
TRDRP
AFSP
UCSF CTSI
RWJ HDWG
Anonymous gift




Updated: December 9, 2012