In 2013, the Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences (JMRS) was created by the merging of The Radiographer, the Journal of the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT) (formerly the Australia Institute of Radiography (AIR)), and Shadows, the Journal of the New Zealand Institute of Medical Radiation Technology (NZIMRT).
JMRS is an international and multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed Journal that accepts manuscripts related to medical imaging/diagnostic radiography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, medical ultrasound/sonography, and the complementary disciplines of medical physics, radiology, radiation oncology, nursing, psychology, and sociology. JMRS is fully open-access and is available online at www.jmrsjournal.com.
Maximise your CPD by reading selected articles in the latest edition of JMRS then answer the questions in the Continuing Professional Development section. Please remember to self-claim your CPD and retain your supporting evidence.
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DECEMBER 2020 ISSUE – CPD Q&A ANSWERS
The below Q&A Quizzes are available ahead of publication for those wishing to extend their CPD learning. These complete issues of JMRS will be published in March and June 2021.
Kasi A, Steffens T, Starkey D, Braithwaite V. The proportion of computed tomography kidneys, ureters and bladder (CTKUB) scans that comply with scan extent protocol in an emergency department: a clinical audit and dose ramification study. J Med Radiat Sci. 2021 March. https://doi.org/10.1002/jmrs.451
Brown E, Muscat E, O’Connor P, Liu H, Lee Y, Pryor D. Intrafraction cone beam computed tomography verification of breath hold during liver stereotactic radiation therapy. J Med Radiat Sci. 2021 March. https://doi.org/10.1002/jmrs.441
Nocum DJ, Robinson J, Halaki M, Liang E, Thompson N, Moscova M, Reed W. Identifying predictors of patient radiation dose during uterine artery embolisation. J Med Radiat Sci. 2021 June. https://doi.org/10.1002/jmrs.450
Brown E, Dundas K, Surjan Y, Miller D, Lim K, Boxer M, et al. The effect of imaging modality (magnetic resonance imaging vs. computed tomography) and patient position (supine vs. prone) on target and organ at risk doses in partial breast irradiation. J Med Radiat Sci. 2021 June. https://doi.org/10.1002/jmrs.453
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PUBLISHING IN JMRS
ASMIRT Members publish for free
An ASMIRT member benefit is that you are able to publish your research in JMRS at no charge, saving you upwards of AU$2,000. The current publication charges of JMRS can be found here.
The paper may have multiple authors, if one or more is an ASMIRT or NZIMRT member then the paper can submitted at no charge. It is preferred that the submitting author is an ASMIRT or NZIMRT member but not mandatory. There is no charge to submit a paper, you will only pay if you are not a member and your paper is accepted. Please include your membership number when submitting.
Your institution may cover your Open Access fees in full or part, waiving publication charges to publish in JMRS. To view the list of countries and check your eligibility, click here.
Please click here to submit a paper, see below for guidelines and more information.
Brain Awareness Week
To coincide with Brain Awareness Week, we have collated a series of previously published articles from Journal of Medical Radiation Sciences in this domain, together with a collaborative work between medical imaging and radiation therapy practitioners. Click here to read more
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JMRS can be found in the following Indexes:
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- Web of Science (Thomson Reuters)
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JMRS is published by Wiley-Blackwell.
Four issues are published annually in March, June, September and December.
Examples of papers that JMRS publishes are original articles, commentary articles, case studies, articles on professional education and book reviews.
ASMIRT and NZIMRT invite authors to submit their manuscript to JMRS.
Submission of Papers for Publication
Prospective authors who are members of the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy submitting papers to JMRS, should provide their new ASMIRT member number when uploading documents to the Journal site – this will identify you as a member of ASMIRT and will waive any submission fees.
Authors should refer to the detailed Instructions for Authors before submitting a manuscript to JMRS.
*Update to guidelines: a waiver code is no longer required, ASMIRT members use their membership number to submit for free publication. Email JMRSProd@wiley.com with any questions.
To submit your manuscript, please click here
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Call for Reviewers
- Are you a content expert in radiography, radiation therapy or nuclear medicine?
- Do you read peer reviewed articles or scientific publications?
- Do you want to contribute to the quality of publications in JMRS?
- Have you reviewed a scientific manuscript?
- Have you published in a peer reviewed journal?
If you responded yes to at least three of the questions, you are encouraged to apply to join our list of peer reviewers. If you are interested in reviewing for JMRS, please submit your resume and your letter of interest to Cherry Agustin, Editor in Chief at the Editorial Office.