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Scope

The journal publishes work at the intersection of biological and physical sciences in the rapidly advancing field of digital health with a strong emphasis on technology developments which impact healthcare. Papers published have a strong technological component and cover: Medical Devices, Healthcare Information Management, Bioinformatics, Biomechanics and Rehabilitation Engineering, Regenerative Medicine, Neural Engineering and Precision Medicine.

Publication details

Frequency

Continuous publication

Journal title

Digital Medicine and Healthcare Technology

ISSN

2754-6306 (Online)

DOI

10.5772/dmht

Year started

2022

Current volume

1

Impact factor

TBD (Journal in its launching issue)

OA license

CC BY 4.0

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Topics covered in this journal

  • Sensors Development

  • Monitoring Sensors

  • Wearable Technology

  • Wearables

  • Digital Education

  • Digital Intervention

  • AI in Healthcare

  • Genetics Analysis

  • Genomics Analysis

  • Bioinspired Engineering

  • Medical Robotics

  • Digital Medicine

  • Stem Cells Engineering

  • Cognitive Science

  • Digital Health

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Editor in chief

Pier Paolo Piccaluga

Word by editor

Pier Paolo Piccaluga

Modern Medicine is somehow tending to evolve by giving more and more refined treatments to all patients based on their specific characteristics. This approach has been usually referred to as “personalized medicine”. However, medicine has been personalized for as long as people have been practicing it. In the last century, by contrast, medicine did progress by adopting guidelines aimed to offer highly standardized protocols and avoid nonevidence-based approaches. More recently, however, a new era has begun, the era of precision medicine, where personalized approach is reached through a more exact and profound knowledge of both patients and diseases. Tremendous progresses have been made in all fields of medicine, benefitting on improved technologies. Indeed, technology has dramatically increased diagnostic and therapeutic options, from high throughput genomics to robotic surgery, from advanced imaging to real time pathogens detection, from hyperbaric chambers to hydrogen-based therapies. In the first issue of Digital Medicine and Health Technology, a few different examples of how technology can impact precision medicine have been offered. I hope you will find the articles published useful for research and that you will contribute with your valuable findings. Yours, Professor Pier Paolo Piccaluga University of Bologna, Italy

Section editors

Consolato M. Sergi

Consolato M. Sergi

University of Ottawa, Canada

Pier Paolo Piccaluga

Pier Paolo Piccaluga

University of Bologna, Italy

Hilal Arnouk

Hilal Arnouk

Midwestern University, United States of America

Andreas Grabrucker

Andreas Grabrucker

Bernal Institute of University of Limerick, Ireland

Editorial board members

Alexandros T. Tzallas

Alexandros T. Tzallas

University of Ioannina, Greece & Imperial College London, United Kingdom


Vijay Kumar

Vijay Kumar

Duke University, United States of America


Celso Pereira

Celso Pereira

Faculty of Medicine University of Coimbra, Portugal


Thomas Heinbockel

Thomas Heinbockel

Howard University, United States of America


Redha Taiar

Redha Taiar

University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France


Victor Chaban

Victor Chaban

University of California Los Angeles, United States of America


Princely Ifinedo

Princely Ifinedo

Brock University, Canada


Catrin Rutland

Catrin Rutland

University of Nottingham


Jochen Salber

Jochen Salber

Ruhr University Bochum, Germany


Irina Vlasova-St. Louis

Irina Vlasova-St. Louis

University of Minnesota, USA


Sara Palermo

Sara Palermo

University of Turin, Italy & The Foundation of the Carlo Besta Neurological Institute IRCCS, Italy


Giorgio Lofrese

Giorgio Lofrese

University of Ferrara, Italy


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