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Health & New Media Research is published by the Health and New Media Research Institute. Health and New Media Research Institute was established to address the technical, industrial, and policy challenges arising from the convergence of ICT technology and healthcare. Our research focuses on responding to the changing environment caused by this convergence.

Our institute has four main goals:

  • • Analyze the influence of Korean society's specific characteristics on the introduction, growth, and implementation of healthcare technology, and establish a new theory based on our findings.
  • • Become an international research hub by collecting research results and data related to healthcare media technology.
  • • Develop education and programs that cultivate professional research groups necessary for further development in healthcare media research.
  • • Solve community health problems in the Gangwon area, considering our location's geographical characteristics.

At Health and New Media Research Institute, we are committed to advancing the field of healthcare media technology through:

  • • Rigorous research
  • • Innovative education programs
  • • Collaboration with international partners

Health and New Media Research Institute provides full financial support for the publication of HNMR. You can learn more about the publisher in the Korean website below: https://healthmedia.hallym.ac.kr/

Publishing Credentials

Chief-in-Editor
Ghee Young Noh, Hallym University, South Korea

Responsibilities:

  • - Taking overall responsibility for the content published in the journal
  • - Setting the future editorial direction
  • - Supervising the decision-making processes and policy determination

Associate Editor
Youngkee Ju, Hallym University, South Korea

Responsibilities

  • - Selection of Quantitative Methods Papers
  • - Ensuring alignment of the research area of each newly submitted manuscript with the journal's scope during the editorial review process
  • - Identifying an editorial board member with the highest expertise in the manuscript's topic as the section editor
  • - Conducting the review process and making decisions on papers within the field

Associate Editor
Michael Prieler, Hallym University, South Korea

Responsibilities

  • - Selection of Qualitative Methods Papers
  • - Ensuring alignment of the research area of each newly submitted manuscript with the journal's scope during the editorial review process
  • - Categorizing manuscripts into the Qualitative Methods/Quantitative Methods sections and assigning them accordingly
  • - Selecting a section editor from the editorial board members who possesses the highest expertise in the manuscript's area
  • - Conducting the review process and making overall decisions on the manuscripts

Section editor
Joon Soo Lim, Syracuse University, United States

Responsibilities

  • - Assigning reviewers to manuscripts and collecting their comments for review
  • - Submitting the reviewer comments to the Associate Editor for further evaluation

* Including Dr. Lim, all members of the editorial board serve as section editors.

Assistant Editor
Jaegil Lee, Hallym University, South Korea

Responsibilities:

  • - Managing the online submission system, ensuring its smooth operation and providing technical support to authors and reviewers

Journal Management Team

Administrative Assistant
Jungmin Park, Hallym University, South Korea

Responsibilities

  • - Serving as the publishing editor, overseeing the publication process, including formatting, proofreading, and ensuring adherence to publishing standards and guidelines

Website Manager
Jane Lee, M2PI, South Korea

Responsibilities

  • - Ensuring the development and maintenance of the journal homepage, including the production of full-text JATS XML for articles

Health &
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Print ISSN: 2671-4124
Online ISSN: 2951-2522



Editorial Office
1 Hallymdaehak-gil, Chuncheon 24252, Republic of Korea
Tel: +82-33-248-3255    E-mail: hnmr@hallym.ac.kr                

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