The Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science (JTIBS) is calling for papers for a special issue about social media and telebehavioral health to be published in early 2021. The Journal welcomes submissions researching, evaluating and describing uses and misuses of social media including uses of technology and social interaction such as texting, email, instant messaging, professional websites, microblogging, and all forms of social networking. The Special Edition is geared to help clinicians, trainees, training program directors, and clinic/health system leaders/administrators improve clinical care at the interface of behavioral health and technology.
Submissions are requested by September 1, 2020. More information about the manuscript requirements can be found at Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science.
Suggested topics include:
- Research and Evaluation
- Diagnosis, Assessment, Triage and Interventions
- Ethical Practice and Professionalism – Ethical Standards and Guidelines
- Security/Privacy Issues
- Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Big Data, Digital Phenotype
- Addiction/Misuse: Cyberbullying, Sexting, Unwanted Contact, Offensive/Illegal Content and Other
- Implementation Science
- Low- and Middle-Income Countries and Global Settings
- Populations –Adolescents, Children, Health Professionals, LGBTQ and Gender and Sexually Diverse, Racial and Ethnic Minority, Neurodiverse, Older Adults, Severely Mentally Ill, Military and Veterans, Rural, and Others
- Disaster/Emergency Response
- Apps – specific apps (Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, Whatsapp, YouTube, TikTok, Twitter, etc)