Periodically, JTEHM will publish special issues centered around a conference or topic.
UPCOMING – JTEHM 2018 Special Issue: Healthcare Innovations and Point-of-Care Technologies (HI-POCT)
We are pleased to announce the JTEHM 2018 Special Issue on Healthcare Innovations and Point-of-Care Technologies. Accepted papers will be published in September/October 2018 in the IEEE Journal of Translational Engineering in Health and Medicine (JTEHM). Submissions are now closed.
Special Issue on “Advanced Internet of Things in a Personalized Healthcare System: Validation, Analysis and Utilization”
Due to the exponential growth of wearable devices and mobile apps, healthcare as a field is being transformed by Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled technology. The traditional hubs of healthcare, such as hospitals and clinics, are being transformed into personalized healthcare systems–especially the mobile environment…
HI-POCT 2017 Special Issue
The JTEHM Special Issue on Healthcare Innovations and Point-of-Care Technologies 2017 is a select group of papers on special topics in point-of-care technologies. In addition, many of the papers are based upon work presented at the NIH-IEEE POCT 2016 Conference, held November 9-11, 2016 in Cancun, Mexico and contain substantially expanded and enhanced content, including methodology, results, and analysis.
NIH-IEEE POCT 2015 Special Issue
The JTEHM Special Issue on Healthcare Innovations and Point-of-Care Technologies for Precision Medicine is a select group of papers based upon work presented at the NIH-IEEE POCT 2015 Conference, held November 9-10, 2015. Papers published in this special issue contain substantially expanded and enhanced content, including methodology, results, and analysis.
IEEE EMBS BHI 2014
This Special Issue features selected papers from IEEE EMBS BHI 2014 –The International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics. The conference, held on 1-4 June 2014 in Valencia, Spain, covered diverse topics from cutting-edge biomedical and healthcare technology research and development, to clinical applications, to biomedical education. The overall theme of the conference was “translating key health challenges with advances in biomedical informatics.”