Exercise and Diet Tracking for Diabetes Patients
Health Coaching for Diabetes Patients
Glucose Tracking and Self-Monitoring of Blood Glucose
Apps, Mobile, Wearables for Diabetes
Diabetes Technology Around the World
Sensors for Glucose Monitoring and Diabetes Management
Medical Devices for Insulin and Metabolic Peptide Delivery
Closed Loop Systems and Artificial Pancreas
Diabetes Education and Elearning for Health Professionals
Diabetes Education and Elearning for Patients
Telemedicine for Diabetes
Diabetes-specific EHR Improvements
Clinical or Consumer-Focused Software for Diabetes
Crowdsourcing, Big Data, Quantified Self-based Research Data
Diabetes Surveillance and Epidemiology
Viewpoints on Diabetes Technology and Innovation
Diabetes Reviews and Scoping Studies
Patient Experiences with Diabetes Technology
Visualization and Design for Diabetes Data
Social Media for Diabetes
Reviews on Diabetes Technologies and Innovations
Tutorials on Diabetes Technologies and Innovations
Diabetes Health Services and System Innovations
Letters to the Editor
Corrigenda and Addenda
This section lists all substantive corrections, additions or changes made to articles and reviews subsequent to their first publication in the journal. Corrigenda are usually submitted by the corresponding author of the original article, or the section editor. Published papers are considered "final", thus JMIR makes corrections to published papers only in exceptional circumstances. Note that while we do not charge to correct errata that are the responsibility of the publisher, we charge a $190 fee for discretionary corrigenda and addenda (please submit a correction under that section, if it is the authors' responsibility/decision to correct or add information to a already published article).
For corrigenda that are discretionary and a result of author-oversight (e.g., corrections in the affiliation etc.) we charge a $190 processing fee to make changes in the original paper and publish an erratum. Please submit a correction statement (text similar to http://www.jmir.org/2015/3/e76/) at http://www.jmir.org/author/submit/1 under the section "Discretionary Corrigenda".
Psychosocial Effects of Diabetes and Support for People with Diabetes
Artificial Intelligence in Diabetes Care and Prevention
Chronic Foot Ulcer and Wounds
Chronic foot ulcer is a disease associated with multiple conditions, such as old age, diabetes, smoking, and chronic kidney disease. It often occurs in patients with the most extreme cases of lower extremity arterial disease and inflammatory cardiac disease [Lee 2021].
Research Letters present new, early, or preliminary research findings. The text should use standard research headings of Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion and should be no longer than 750 words, with a maximum of 10 references and 2 tables or figures. The APF for Research Letters accepted after peer review is lower than the standard APF.