We obviously cannot change the name (or affiliation or any other metadata) after publication without publishing a corrigendum (for which we would have to bill you, see We published a paper in JMIR and have a correction. What is the process of publishing a corrigendum?), but fortunately we are using ORCIDs, so your past and future articles can still be found under the same ORCID. See also: What is an ORCID?
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- What does "JMIR" in the title of your journals stand for?
- What is the difference between JMIR and a JMIR specialty/sister journal?
- What is JMIR Publications?
- Which JMIR journals are indexed in Scopus?
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