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The "Journal of Medical Internet Research" (JMIR; Medline-abbreviation: J Med Internet Res), founded in 1999, was the first (and remains the only) international scientific peer-reviewed journal on all aspects of research, information and communication in the healthcare field using Internet and other eHealth technologies [see also What is eHealth and What is eHealth (2)]. This field has also significant overlaps with what is called "consumer health informatics.". As the field evolves, despite having "Internet" in its title, the journal also publishes original research on development, evaluation, and application of other (non-Internet) cutting-edge e-technologies in the health care setting.
We are different from other medical informatics journals in that we are targeting a broad readership consisting of health professionals, policy makers, consumers, health informaticians, developers, researchers, hospital and health care administrators, and e-health businesses, rather than reaching only a small medical informatics community.

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Patients’ Engagement With “Sweet Talk” – A Text Messaging Support System for Young People With Diabetes

Comparison of Use and Appreciation of a Print-Delivered Versus CD-ROM-Delivered, Computer-Tailored Intervention Targeting Saturated Fat Intake: Randomized Controlled Trial

Evaluation of Internet-Based Technology for Supporting Self-Care: Problems Encountered by Patients and Caregivers When Using Self-Care Applications

An Exploration of Factors Related to Dissemination of and Exposure to Internet-Delivered Behavior Change Interventions Aimed at Adults: A Delphi Study Approach

Assessing Patient Attitudes to Computerized Screening in Primary Care: Psychometric Properties of the Computerized Lifestyle Assessment Scale

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