Journal Updates – Cover Contest!

Journal Updates – Cover Contest!

Cover Contest theme: Education

What do you picture when medical radiation technology education meets art? We want to see your inspiration! The contest opens on July 6 and runs until September 1, 2021. Artwork should be original – if you are reproducing any part of an image or text, please make sure that all the rights are cleared both for print and electronic publication. Consider using any medium (sculpture, painting, textile work, or other non-digital media) and submit a 300 dpi high-resolution image, 7.125″ x 5.1675″. Accepted formats include EPS, PDF, TIFF or JPEG for electronic artwork. Submissions can be sent directly to editor@camrt.ca . The winner will be selected by the JMIRS Editorial Board, and will have their artwork displayed on the cover of JMIRS Volume 52#4S, to be published in December 2021.


Vol 52.2 Online
Check out this issue on the JMIRS website or on Science Direct. 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 www.jmirs.org, because most articles on this site are blocked by a paywall.


MRS Narratives format now open for submissions!

The format is for anyone with something to share related to any aspect of medical imaging and radiation therapy, including patients, families, health care leaders, policy makers, and MRTs. Be sure to see our most recent submissions: Twenty days of radiation: A photo essay and Listen, life happens in the margin
Submissions are not restricted to any particular format—we are open to personal stories, poems, photographic essays, or any other method that can communicate your narrative. We hope that this new format will attract submissions from diverse voices, from authors who are Black, Indigenous or People of Colour; from patients; or from our own readership whose submissions may not fit into the traditional model of research dissemination. Author instructions are at https://www.jmirs.org/content/authorinfo, including a “Steps to Submit” document for new authors, and links to published examples.

Calls for Papers

We are pleased to announce two calls in 2022!

Palliative Care content deadline November 1, 2021

Palliative care can provide relief from pain and other symptoms of a serious, long-term or life-threatening illness. Symptoms can be physical, psychological, social or spiritual. We are seeking submissions in any of our formats, related to your research, practice, policy, theory or narratives in this crucial topic.

“Leadership” content deadline May 1, 2022

Leadership has never been tested more than in 2020/2021. Across the radiation sciences leaders are guiding teams through perhaps the greatest challenges of their careers. All of us can lead from where we stand, regardless of our role, and we’d like to hear your insights about the dilemmas, ambiguities and complexities of leadership in our profession.

We are looking for a Guest Editor for the Leadership issue – click here to see requirements.


New Podcast! Visit https://anchor.fm/jmirs to listen to our latest podcast: A discussion with Sarah Hamilton, patient partner & brain tumour survivor


Considering writing a research paper? Check out this new article!  Writing your first paper: An informal guide for medical radiation sciences professionals*


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


Peer Review Recruitment
We are always recruiting new reviewers to our pool, so let Carly know if someone might be a good match! She can reach out with an invitation and information. We are currently looking for a few French language reviewers, in particular.


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:

New! Follow-up regarding the article “Get comfortable with being uncomfortable: Experiences from diagnostic radiographers a year into the COVID-19 pandemic”

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