Corrigenda and Addenda
Authors spotting errors in already published articles, or wanting to add material after publication, can use the CORRECTIONS AND ADDENDA section to submit their corrections. Note that the authors must be the same authors as the original article. Upload a word document citing the corrected manuscript, and outline the required changes (use past tense, as if the changes have already been made, as this will be published at the same time as the corrected article). Please comment explicitly on whether the changes are minor and do not affect the overall results and conclusions of the paper.
Short articles (10 manuscript pages or less, no more than 20 references)
Letters to the Editor
Digital Health, Telehealth and e-Innovation in Clinical Settings
Neurology and Neurosciences
Surgery, Trauma and Surgical Sciences
Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Medicine
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Quantified Self and Wellness
Information Quality in Digital Media
Health Services Research
Learning and Education
Precision Medicine and Genetics
Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics
Food Sciences and Nutrition Engineering
Immunology, Allergy, Rheumatology
Occupational Health and Ergonomics/Prevention at the Workplace
ENT (Ear, Nose, Throat)
For corrigenda that are discretionary and a result of author-oversight (e.g. corrections in the affiliation etc) we charge a $190 processing fee to make changes in the original paper and publish an erratum. To request a correction, please submit a correction statement (text similar to http://www.jmir.org/2015/3/e76/) as new submission from your author homepage.
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Allied Health Professions
PePR (Submissions with Pre-Existing Peer-Reviews)
Submit to this section if this paper was rejected after peer-review at another high-quality journal. Attach the existing peer-reviews and we may be able to accept the paper without further peer-review.
Research Letters present new, early, or preliminary research findings. The text should use standard research headings of Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion and should be no longer than 750 words, with a maximum of 10 references and 2 tables or figures. The APF for Research Letters accepted after peer review is lower than the standard APF.