Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography


The Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JDMS) is the only peer-reviewed journal written for diagnostic medical sonographers and other ultrasound users across all specialties. The Journal explores the use of ultrasound technology to enhance diagnosis, intervention, and other clinical applications. It does this through the publication of original research findings, evidence-based scientific information related to clinical practice, and the identification of emerging technology in the field of diagnostic medical sonography.


The JDMS is dedicated to publishing evidence-based research and clinical best practices for the sonography and medical communities.


The JDMS will be the leading educational and scientific resource for advancing the use of ultrasound in sonography clinical practice, education, and research.


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About JDMS

The Journal of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JDMS) is published bimonthly by the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography. It is provided at no additional charge to SDMS members as a member benefit.


Author Resources

Prospective and current JDMS authors have an opportunity to publish their insights with the sonography and medical communities through the JDMS, a peer-reviewed scientific journal.


JDMS Advertising

Advertising in the JDMS provides a targeted reach of the sonography community. Advertising opportunities include digital, email, and print. All advertising is subject to the SDMS Advertising Policy

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SAGE Publishing
2455 Teller Road
Thousand Oaks, CA 91320
Phone: +1 805.449.9774 or 800.818.7243
Fax: +1 805.499.0871

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Amy Blackmore
Sage Publications
Phone: +1 805.410.​7498

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
The SDMS and JDMS are committed to promoting and implementing ongoing improvements to diversity, equity, and inclusion in the diagnostic medical sonography profession. Click here to read the full SDMS Board Policy.