Why Publish in JAMA Network Open?
Impact & Reach
45 million annual online visits to The JAMA Network™
72 million annual article views and downloads from The JAMA Network
Broad reach through email alerts, news releases, and posts on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media
Open access for all articles
Invited Commentary published to augment and direct attention to research articles
Online Commenting available to continue review and discussion post-publication
Prompt Decisions & Rapid Publication Timelines
Prompt, rigorous review by our experienced editors
We promise rapid initial review and timely editorial decisions
Fast publication: complete editing, formatting, and publication within 8 weeks of acceptance
JAMA Network Open offers unparalleled reach and an author-friendly approach, from manuscript submission through publication.
Highest standards followed to improve your accepted manuscript’s accuracy, reliability, and readability
Open access: Authors of research articles pay an Article Processing Charge for immediate open access on the day of publication (waivers and discounts are available for authors from resource-poor countries).
CME credit available for lead authors who publish in JAMA Network Open
Online extras: ability to post supplemental content with articles and download article tables and figures as PowerPoint slides
The JAMA Network advantage: Authors of papers not accepted by JAMA or another JAMA Network Journal may have their papers automatically referred to JAMA Network Open.
Topics of Interest
JAMA Network Open will publish research on all aspects of clinical care, health policy, and global health across all health disciplines, including the following:
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Critical Care Medicine
Diabetes and Endocrinology
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Genetics and Genomics
Medical Journals and Publishing
Nutrition, Obesity, and Exercise
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacology
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Statistics and Research Methods
Substance Use and Addiction