Member Record: JMIR Publications Inc. (formerly JMIR – Journal of Medical Internet Research)
|Title||JMIR Publications Inc. (formerly JMIR – Journal of Medical Internet Research)|
Professional Publisher (Medium)
|Owner||Privately owned company, primarily owned by founding editor and publisher, Professor Gunther Eysenbach|
|Copyright and Licensing||https://jmir.org/publishing-policies/copyright-notice
|Copyright and Licensing Policy||Unless stated otherwise, all articles are open-access distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work (e.g. first published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research) is properly cited with original URL and bibliographic citation information.
The complete bibliographic information, a link to the original publication on jmir.org as well as the copyright and license information must be included.
|Publication charge link||https://jmir.org/fees/article-processing-fees
|Publication charge policy||https://jmir.org/fees/article-processing-fees
|OASPA Compliant OA Journals||https://support.jmir.org/hc/en-us/articles/115001442707|
approx. number in 12 months
|4267 (2022), 4227 (2021), 3594 (2020), 2182 (2019), 1716 (2018), 1260 (2017)|
|Initiatives||Cofounder of OASPA; Founder of WebCite® (http://www.webcitation.org) to archive and preserve cited webreferences or web-accessible preprints free of charge; early adopter of Altmetrics and inventor of the Twimpact Factor® (tweets-based impact metrics, sold to TrendMD), see e.g. http://www.jmir.org/stats/mostTweeted; joint project with Wikipedia to peer-review and publish medical Wikipedia articles http://wikimedical.jmir.org; creator/curator of the Medicine 2.0® Social Network (http://medicine20.com/) and annual Medicine 2.0® Conferences; Open Peer Review (optional) (http://www.jmir.org/reviewer/openReview/abstracts)
Creator and founder of Plan P, transition to open science https://planp.science/ and JMIRx Superjournals https://fullyoapublishers.org/ (2022). Defined the research field 'Infodemiology' in the early 2000's https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infodemiology and started the first official journal within this infodemiology field in 2022. JMIR Infodemiology. More details can be seen here https://support.jmir.org/hc/en-us/articles/115002923468-What-are-JMIR-s-innovations-
|Peer review policy||https://jmir.org/author-information/peer-review-process