The Do’s and Don'ts of Publishing Machine Learning Manuscripts in the Journal of Imaging Informatics in Medicine

Ever wonder what journals are really looking for from authors? JIIM is the flagship journal for SIIM and accepts papers covering a broad range of medical imaging informatics topics, but increasingly AI and related topics are the most common.

This session will help you learn about JIIM and the editor’s vision for the future, understand what JIIM is looking for from authors submitting AI papers (e.g., is it enough just to report stand-alone performance, do I really need external datasets and validation), and learn what makes a good special issue for JIIM (e.g., how many guest editors are needed). Attending the session may help increase the chances of getting your research papers accepted and make you a better reviewer.

Objectives

Describe JIIM and the editor’s vision for the future

Identify what JIIM is looking for from authors submitting AI papers

Discuss what makes a good special issue for JIIM

Speaker

Elizabeth A. Krupinski

Elizabeth A. Krupinski, PhD, FSIIM

Professor & Vice Chair for Research, Emory University
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Imaging Informatics in Medicine

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Date

Sun, Oct 1

Location

Turner Auditorium

Time

4:30 – 5:15 PM ET

Continuing Education

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