There are no restrictions. All articles are published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (or 2.0 prior to mid-May 2017), meaning that you can even use images/figures/tables in your reporting as long as you properly cite the original source.
Some other best practices:
- Please always link to the HTML (not PDF) version of the article on the JMIR website (not on PubMed Central or other proxy/mirror sites)
- Please mention the complete journal title (for example, "Journal of Medical Internet Research" or "JMIR Public Health & Surveillance" or "JMIR mHealth & uHealth"). Note that "JMIR" is a brandname and does not stand for "Journal of Medical Internet Research", therefore, do not expand the journal title to something like "Journal of Medical Internet Research mHealth".
- preferably, use a phrase like "the open access journal JMIR mHealth & uHealth" or "The research article is freely available on the internet at [URL]"
- Cite the year and issue, and preferably provide the full citation information as in the example below
- If you want a quote of a JMIR editor about the study, please file a ticket at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please cite as:
Lennon MR, Bouamrane MM, Devlin AM, O'Connor S, O'Donnell C, Chetty U, Agbakoba R, Bikker A, Grieve E, Finch T, Watson N, Wyke S, Mair FS
Readiness for Delivering Digital Health at Scale: Lessons From a Longitudinal Qualitative Evaluation of a National Digital Health Innovation Program in the United Kingdom
J Med Internet Res 2017;19(2):e42
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