JMIR Medical Education
Technology, innovation and openess in medical education in the information age
JMIR Medical Education (JME) is a new peer-reviewed journal with focus on technology, innovation and openess in medical education. Another focus is on how to train health professionals in the use of digital tools. We publish original research, reviews, viewpoint and policy papers on innovation and technology in medical education. As an open access journal we have a special interest in open and free tools and digitial learning objects for medical education, and urge authors to make their tools and learning objects freely available (we may also publish them as Multimedia Appendix). We also invite submissions of non-conventional articles (e.g. open medical education material and software resources that are not yet evaluated but free for others to use/implement).
In our "Students' Corner", we invite students and trainees in the health professions to submit short essays and viewpoints on all aspects of medical education, but in particular suggestions on how to improve medical education, and suggestions for new technologies, applications and approaches (no article processing fees).
A sister journal of the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR), a leading eHealth journal (Impact Factor 2015: 4.532), the scope of JME is broader and includes non-Internet approaches to improve education, training and assessment for medical professionals and allied health professions.
Articles published in JME will be submitted to PubMed and Pubmed Central. JME is open access.
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PubMed vs Google Scholar in Medicine: Future of Public Database
Date Submitted: Feb 26, 2017
Open Peer Review Period: Mar 18, 2017 - May 13, 2017
In the digital age, search strategy plays a vital role for academic purposes such thesis, scholarly article, scientific writing and presentation. To date, physicians and scientists have experienced wi...
In the digital age, search strategy plays a vital role for academic purposes such thesis, scholarly article, scientific writing and presentation. To date, physicians and scientists have experienced with many search engines such PubMed, Google Scholar, Embase, Quertle, SciGlobe, Microsoft Academic or etc... Indeed, 2 search engines (PubMed and Google Scholar) are commonly being used for physicians. However, very few physicians can outline the advantage and disadvantage among those search engines. Therefore, the author reviewed the difference between PubMed and Google Scholar.