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Over the past 2 years, reflecting the many changes in medical journalism and the digital world, JAMA Internal Medicine began an evolution. In January 2012 we announced the creation of the JAMA Network; in May 2012, we moved to a new online platform; and in January 2013 Archives of Internal Medicine became JAMA Internal Medicine. Earlier this year we introduced The JAMA Network Reader, via which readers can access and read JAMA Internal Medicine and other JAMA Network journals easily on any device—mobile, tablet, or computer. In July 2013, the print version of JAMA Internal Medicine was completely redesigned, creating a contemporary look for the journal. Fonts were modernized, tables and figures were reformatted, and a dedicated abstract page was created. Although this change was primarily a “print redesign,” the design changes have also improved the digital reader experience.
Redberg RF, Bauchner H. Our Ongoing Digital Evolution. JAMA Intern Med. 2013;173(22):2031. doi:10.1001/jamainternmed.2013.12730