Unfortunately a latex template is not available; however, a Word-template of an article compatible with journals from JMIR Publications can be downloaded from http://jmir.org/ojs/public/journals/1/InstructionsForAuthorsOfJMIR.docx. The references can be in any format, as long as the in-text citations are sequentially numbered in the manuscript with square brackets and as long as the reference at the end has a PMID in the format PMID:123456. Please see the instructions for Authors page for further details: http://www.jmir.org/content/author-instructions.
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- How to become an author at JMIR
- Which JMIR journal is the best fit for my paper?
- What is a group author (collaborative author) and does it need an ORCID?
- Do you use American or British English spelling?
- Can I submit a part of my (already published) thesis as an article?
- How should I enter affiliations?
- Do I need to be a member in order to submit my manuscript?
- What is the "Authors' Contributions" section? How should I write mine?
- What should I put into the results section of a protocol or proposal?
- Overview: Connected Health Conference (CHC) 2017 submission process