JMIRS Call for Papers 2025

JMIRS Call for Papers 2025

Call for Papers

The JMIRS annual special editions are a collection of papers on special interest and topical areas. We aim to engage a community of authors and readers to help highlight the latest research and to develop new ideas and research directions. Submissions should be sent online at:, but informal contact about ideas can be discussed with the editor at any time. Email us your ideas or questions at

Non-Traditional Roles content deadline November 1, 2024

This issue will highlight research from those working outside traditional roles in the medical radiation sciences (MRS). Examples include rural and remote practitioners, mobile imaging, sports imaging/major sporting events, veterinary radiography, military imaging, research imaging, playful imaging or treatment, patient-centred roles such as advocates or navigators or other roles that may use core MRS skills but in a different field or specialty.  We are seeking submissions in any of our formats related to this topic. We welcome your research, narratives and commentaries about practice, policy, or theory for this special issue.

“Artificial Intelligence (Revisted) ” content deadline May 1, 2025

Our last AI special issue was in 2020. We are calling for submissions for 2025 on the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in all aspects of medical radiation sciences; particularly improvements to diagnosis or treatment. This could include indicators, workforce planning, wait time management, scheduling optimization, radiation therapy planning or dosimetry,  image acquisition, or data reconstruction/ post-processing.  Also of interest is the role of AI in education. We seek submissions in any of our formats related to your research, practice, policy, theory or narratives on this crucial topic.

The JMIRS aims to influence practice within the rapidly evolving fields of radiological, nuclear medicine, MRI and ultrasound technologists and radiation therapists, grounded in our circular tagline, “research informing practice – informing research”. We provide an essential platform for Canadian and international medical radiation technologists and therapists to publish and discover their own body of knowledge to define and inform their practice, enabling translation to a global audience. MEDLINE indexed, Impact Factor 1.8>> View Guide for Authors

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