journal description

The Journal of Medical Research and Innovation (JMRI) is an award-winning and open peer-reviewed journal which covers all aspects of Medicine including cellular biology, zoology and futuristic medicine (Robotics and Artificial Intelligence in medicine). The journal will feature original research, reviews, editorials, case studies, brief communications, opinions/views, poster presentations and audios & videos. This will be of interest to medical practitioners, clinical educators, nurse practitioners and other healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients.

The journal publishes at least two issues (Bi-Annually. First issue in January and Second in July) each year. Articles are published online when ready for publication (Continuously) as Article in Press. Additional issues may be published for special events (e.g. conferences) and when special themes are addressed. 

ISSN: 2456-8139, Founder and Editor in Chief: Dr. Varshil Mehta, Publisher: MedkruxTMSponsors: Know more
Acceptance Rate (2019): 65.52%, Access: Open Access from 2020, Article Processing Charge: Know more
Index Copernicus Value-2018: 99.05, Impact Factor-2018 (Researchgate): 0.93H-Index (Google Scholar): 6
Frequency: Bi-Annual (Semi-continuous), Abbreviation: J Med Res Innov, Contact: editorialteam@jmrionline.com



Original Article

Blacks’ Diminished Health Returns of Educational Attainment: Health and Retirement Study

by Assari S.

Summary: Education level reduces the risk of health problems such as poor self-rated health (SRH), high body mass index (BMI), and depressive symptoms (DS). Marginalization – related Diminished Returns (MDRs), however, refer to smaller health benefits of socioeconomic status (SES) indicators particularly educational attainment for the members of racial minority groups such as non-Hispanic Blacks compared to the majority group (non-Hispanic Whites). It is not known, however, if MDRs also hold for middle-age and older adults over a long period of time. 

Original Article

Predictors of physician comfort in using pharmacogenomics data in clinical practice: A cross-sectional study

by Otchere P., Pak S., Asuka E.

Summary: Utilization of pharmacogenomics data in clinical practice is a critical step towards individual and precision medicine. This is a cross-sectional study conducted by incorporating several variables as outlined in the survey report to assess and analyze the reasons or behaviors that could influence clinicians to use or not use pharmacogenomics.

Case Report

Integrate Partial Hydrolyzed Guar Gum in Postoperative Ileostomy Nutritional Management

by Ho C., Y., Ahmad A., F., Woo S., S., Selvarajoo T., Jamhuri N., Kahairudin Z.

Summary: This case report aimed to share our clinical practice about the Partially Hydrolysed Guar Gum (PHGG) incorporation in conventional ileostomy management.

View Point

Barriers in Social Distancing during Covid19 pandemic - Is a message for forced lockdown

by Rehman I., Khan H., Zainab W., Ahmed A., Ishaq M., Ullah I.

Summary: The world currently faces the predicament of the fast-spreading COVID-19 which as of 21st April 2020 affects 210 countries over the globe. As the disease started spreading its shadow at an alarmingly rapid rate, new information about the novel coronavirus was extracted and it has been reported to be mainly transmitted directly from person-to-person, droplet spread by cough or sneezing or by fomites. Till an effective vaccine becomes available the most potent preventive measure that can be taken is for people to maintain distance and avoid gatherings. Importance of social distancing has been discussed on many forums and disseminated among the public but the problem arises when the practical implementation does not encompass the entirety of the theoretical concepts. Understanding the barriers that stand between applying social distance in community is imperative if authorities and public health sectors expect a substantial change in incident cases. It's imperative that measures should be taken to stop the spread of misinformation, and guide the masses regarding the importance of social distancing. Since the virus spreads by droplet transmission, so without these proper social distancing measures, the burden will increase and it will not be possible to put a stop to this pandemic.

Original Article

Feasibility study of smartphone application for self-monitoring dietary intake among cancer patients

by Ho C., Y., Ban Z., H., Ng W., H., Neoh M., K., Jamhuri N., Abd Rahman Z.

Summary: Evidence accumulates that optimal nutrition status positively influences cancer treatment outcomes. A "smartphone application" (intelligent dietitian support apps, iDSA) was developed to act as a tool to assist patients in terms of dietary monitoring. This study aimed to examine the feasibility of iDSA for self-monitoring dietary intake among cancer patients.

Original Article

Contrast media volume is significantly related to patient lung volume during CT pulmonary angiography when employing a patient-specific contrast protocol

by Saade C., Ghosn Y., Alfout G., Mahmoud M., Rawashdeh M., Karout L., Ghieh D., El-Merhi F.

Summary: The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between contrast media volume and patient lung volume when employing a patient-specific contrast media formula during pulmonary computed tomography angiography (CTA).

Index Copernicus Value for 2018 has been increased to 99.05 from 77.03 (2017 value)

Index Copernicus Value for 2018 has been increased to 99.05 from 77.03 (2017 value).

Link: https://journals.indexcopernicus.com/search/details?id=47018&lang=en

Congrats to JMRI team and its authors.


Subscription/Printing services

The subscription/printing for/of the Journal of Medical Research and Innovation shall be managed/handled by AkiNik Publications, New Delhi, India. The subscription charges will be ₹3000 or $120 per year.  

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Average peer reviewing time of JMRI

The current average peer reviewing time is appx. 7 weeks. However, the average time for the first decision made is appx. 5 weeks.

There is a possibility that the time for your paper may vary, if we do not find relevant reviewers for your paper. However, you can help us with this regard by providing the names of two reviewers who can potentially review your paper (Cannot be from your institution or who have worked with you in last one year).

Please bear with us, as we try our best to find reviewers in time. But, we promise to provide a fair and timely experience to every one of you.


JMRI shall now display and use CrossMark

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We are pleased to say that JMRI shall now display CrossMark on each article published henceforth (may be even all those are already published so far).  This will enable us to provide current information of each published paper. Read more about crossmark at https://www.crossref.org/services/crossmark/


No publication fees for the articles submitted in 2019

There shall be no charges for the entire 2019 year. Submit your paper soon. Lets make JMRI even better. Cheers to Researchers, Cheers to JMRI !!! 


Medkrux Research Group

After getting many request to start a research group, we have finally started one for all medicos. To read more kindly visit: http://medkrux.com/research-group.



Technical Error has now been resolved

Since last few days, we had a technical error and due to which both the sites (jmri.org.in and jmrionline.com) were not working. However, that glitch has been resolved now. We apologise for the inconvenience that caused to our readers.


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