Aims and Scope
JAMIA is AMIA's premier peer-reviewed journal for biomedical and health informatics. Covering the full spectrum of activities in the field, JAMIA includes informatics articles in the areas of clinical care, clinical research, translational science, implementation science, imaging, education, consumer health, public health, and policy. JAMIA's articles describe innovative informatics research and systems that help to advance biomedical science and to promote health. Case reports, perspectives and reviews also help readers stay connected with the most important informatics developments in implementation, policy and education.
|Acceptance rate||24.2% for original research submitted in 2012|
|Time from submission to first decision||35 days|
|Time from acceptance to publication||
23 days (online)
|Indexed by||Index Medicus (Medline), ISI Current Contents (Web of Science), Excerpta Medica (Embase), CINAHL, Science Citation Index, Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), SciSearch, Social SciSearch, Research Alert, Current Contents/Social & Behavioral Sciences, and Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, Inspec - The IET|
|ISSN of JAMIA||1067-5027|
|ISSN of JAMIA Online||1527-974X|
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Rights and Permissions
- Members of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) receive print and online access to JAMIA as a benefit of membership.
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Access policy for JAMIA
All content published in JAMIA is deposited with PubMed Central by the publisher with a 12 month embargo. Authors/funders may pay an Open Access fee of $2,000 to make the article free on the JAMIA website and PMC immediately on publication.
All content older than 12 months is freely available on this website.
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