Circulation’s Newest Section Mini-Review: Expert Opinions
Dr Dean Kereiakes is the Section Editor for Circulation’s newest section, Mini-Reviews: Expert Opinions. Expert opinions and advice will be solicited from internationally recognized thought-leaders for topics in cardiovascular medicine that are of interest to the cardiovascular clinician. In addition, health-care policy and patient care issues will be examined attempting to improve clinical care and resource utilization. Mini-Reviews: Expert Opinions will provide timely, useful advice on the recognition and management of important cardiovascular problems and will expand the clinically relevant format of Circulation. The new section will be available in print and via a radio button on the home page of CirculationOnline in January 2003.
Circulation’s Ongoing New Features: Clinician Update and The Cardiology Patient Page
Dr Elliott Antman is Section Editor for two new sections that were introduced in the Online version of Circulation in May 2001. The sections are available as a collection through radio buttons on the home page of Circulation Online, and now the Clinician Update is also published in the print journal. We are pleased to offer the new sections as a review for the clinician and as a resource for the patient.
Rapid Track for Review and Publication
The Rapid Track category of manuscript is designed to provide expedited review within 7 working days and, if accepted, rapid publication of manuscripts reporting the results of important clinical trials and major basic science discoveries. Accepted manuscripts are published online within 7 to 10 working days and within 4 to 5 weeks in the print journal after return of the corrected proofs. If an author believes his/her work meets the criteria for the Rapid Track consideration as stated in our Instructions to Authors, the author should request Rapid Track consideration in the submission letter that accompanies the manuscript.
Rapid Access Publication
All original manuscripts accepted for publication in Circulation are now published Online in our Rapid Access Publication Section one week after proofs are returned to Lippincott Williams & Wilkins and are in print in five weeks. The Online section is available via a radio button on Circulation’s home page.
Images in Cardiovascular Medicine
Pulmonary Vein Stenosis After Radiofrequency Ablation for Atrial Fibrillation
Image Findings With Multiphasic Pulmonary Magnetic Resonance Angiography
Christian Fink, MD; Astrid Schmaehl, MD; Michael Bock, PhD; Siegfried Tuengerthal, MD; Stefan Delorme, MD
Abstracts From the Asia Pacific Scientific Forum: New Discoveries in Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke: Bench to Bedside to Community