JTEHM publishes articles on subjects including, but not limited to, the following representative topics:

  • Medical Devices and Systems
  • Nano-biosensors and Biosystems
  • Medical Imaging and Diagnostic Radiology
  • Cardiovascular Devices and Systems
  • Neurovascular Devices and Systems
  • Rehabilitation Devices and Systems
  • Surgical and Interventional Devices
  • Bio and Surgical Robotics
  • Wearable Sensors and Health Monitoring Systems
  • Point-of-Care Technologies
  • Wireless and Communication Technologies for Bio-Information Systems
  • Electronic Medical Records and Medical Information Systems
  • Clinical Ideation
  • Clinical Trials
  • Clinical Commercialization
  • Clinical Engineering
  • Global Health
  • Harsh Environments
  • Hematology and Hemostasis
  • Metabolics
  • Oncology
  • Risk and Uncertainty
  • Social Determinants of Health
  • Law, Ethics, and Policy
  • Medicine

We welcome papers with research findings and clinical translation studies from clinicians, engineering faculty and students, industry, policy makers, and the investment community. We also welcome your input and comments on challenges in quality global healthcare, clinical needs, and issues in technology translation to clinical applications on our community forum. We encourage you to make your voice heard in the blogs and commentary sections of this website. We are committed to accepting the highest quality papers possible and to a quick response time for our authors. If you have any question about the suitability of your work for JTEHM, send us an abstract (editors@health.embs.org). We will be happy to provide you with a quick response.

Scope Statement

We focus on innovative solutions to healthcare needs from biomedical engineering, clinical engineering, and medical communities that bridge the engineering and clinical worlds. JTEHM's unique scope is original work at the intersection of engineering and clinical translation.

The journal’s focus is interdisciplinary collaborations among researchers, healthcare providers, and industry. We publish results and best practices from these translational efforts and serve as a community hub for researchers, clinicians, and developers who are addressing challenges in technology development, commercialization, and deployment for better global healthcare. Our ultimate goal is to improve the practice of engineering in translational medicine and to serve as a focal point for the nascent community. Our interactive content includes video, lively commentary, blogs, and other features to engage our clinical and engineering communities.