iStock This new journal might become an interesting journal for RIHS researchers who are using new digital technologies, to find knowledge or share findings. Please note that RIHS researchers who need support regarding new opportunities for data collection and participation by end-users can contact RIHS consultant Tom van de Belt.Recently, The Lancet presented their new sister journal about ‘digital health’, which is regarded as the integration of technology and health data in medicine and research. Editor-in-Chief Rupa Sarkar explains: “The Lancet Digital Health will cover every aspect of digital health, with the aim of disseminating rigorous research to advance clinical practice and promote truly global change”. The monthly journal publishes high-quality original research, comment, and correspondence contributing to promoting digital technologies in health practice worldwide. By bringing together the most important advances in this multidisciplinary field, The Lancet Digital Health aspires to be the most prominent publishing venue in digital health.
Although this open access journal does not have an impact factor yet, it might become an interesting journal for RIHS researchers who are using new digital technologies, to find knowledge or share findings.
More info: URL: https://www.thelancet.com/digital-health
Please note that RIHS researchers who need support regarding new opportunities for data collection and participation by end-users can contact Tom van de Belt.
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