Journal Updates – January 2021

Journal Updates – January 2021

New Podcast! Pete Bridge, JMIRS Editorial Board member and Senior Lecturer (Radiotherapy) at the University of Liverpool, interviews his father, Robert Bridge, for our latest podcast. Robert speaks on his role with JMIRS in relation to the four “P’s”: as a patient, a painter, a philosopher and a poet. Robert recently won the cover art competition for our special issue on Interpersonal Skills – see his artwork, read his poem (and explore the issue) here. Read their joint article, Artificial Intelligence in Radiotherapy: A Philosophical Perspective here. If any listeners have feedback about the philosophical question posed at the conclusion of the podcast, drop us a line at! This episode (and past recordings) can be played or downloaded at using multiple platforms (Spotify, Google podcasts, etc).


Check out the new Facebook page for our journal – Like and follow the page to stay up to date with JMIRS updates!


Congratulations to our 2020 award winners! Check out our list of  Top Reviewers. Editor’s Choice Top 5 include:


Explore our latest issue! As a CAMRT member, you have free access to all content published in the JMIRS. You must log-in through the CAMRT Members site to unlock the content as opposed to accessing it directly at, because most articles on this site are blocked by a paywall.


Special issue on Interpersonal Skills now available: Check out this patient-driven collection of articles! Our (patient) Guest Editor even wrote a blog about her experience curating this issue.


Call for Papers 2021: The JMIRS is preparing a special issue on the topic of Education in the medical imaging and radiation sciences, to be published in December 2021. We know there is so much activity happening in this area and we are excited to hear from you! Submissions are due on or before May 1, 2021 but informal contact about ideas can be discussed with the editor at any time at


COVID-19 Research: JMIRS continues to receive perspectives from our MRT colleagues around the globe dealing with COVID-19, here is a selection of recent titles:

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