About the Journal of Digital Imaging
Elevate your professional profile by publishing in SIIM’s renowned peer-reviewed official Journal of Digital Imaging (JDI) indexed in Index Medicus. With special open access issues and worldwide submissions, you can become a global player in your field.
Our goal is to promote knowledge exchange in Imaging Informatics in Medicine, covering research and practices in clinical, engineering, and information technologies across all medical imaging environments. Whether you're a researcher, developer, educator, physician, or imaging informatics professional, JDI topics are of interest to you.
Our focus is on improving access and quality of care through the acquisition, storage, retrieval, and use of imaging information in healthcare.
Papers are published "online-first" and are fully citable prior to print publication.
Topics Covered in JDI
Types of Manuscript Submissions
- Hypothesis-driven research and results containing important information relevant to the aims and scope of JDI
- Experience reports designed to provide a vehicle for a group to describe their experience with a new technology or method or a novel approach to using an existing technology
- Technical notes or technical tutorials with descriptions of how authors accomplished a particular task in a novel way
- Reviews or tutorials based on extensive review of the literature
Papers that report on validation and implementation of informatics technologies and tools will be given precedence over papers that simply describe image processing algorithms, stand-alone evaluation of image analysis tools, and technology descriptions without validation or implementation.
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