From the Editor-in-Chief
We approach our venture in publishing with tremendous energy and respect. At the same time, we want the publishing process to be engaging – even fun! To that end, we are leveraging the idea of whimsical depictions of the word "Google" on the Google.com website. We have launched the “Circulation doodle", a creative depiction of the word Circulation based on a theme that changes monthly. We invite you to submit your images, and the chosen doodle will be featured on the journal cover and on our website.
Submitting a Doodle is easy!
Step 1: Take a look at our themes. For each monthly theme, we take submissions one month in advance.
Step 2: Send us a picture or a description of your idea! It can come in any form – if you are selected, you’ll work with our artist to bring your idea to life. Just email us with your ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doodle Themes for 2017 and 2018:
Not an artist? You can still submit an idea for a monthly theme. We are looking for ideas for December 2017 onwards.
DOODLE HALL OF FAME
October 2017: United Nations Week
submitted by Caitlin Kiehl, a reader of the journal. Caitlin's husband, Erich, is an electrophysiology fellow at Cleveland Clinic.
September 2017: Back to School
August 2017: Perseid Meteor Shower
July 2017: Bastille Day
submitted by Kristine Ljones, PhD Candidate, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
June 2017: Summer Solstice
submitted by Jainy Savla, MD, Cardiology Fellow at UT Southwestern, Dallas, TX
May 2017: Stroke Awareness Month
April 2017: Earth Month
March 2017: Women's History Month
February 2017: Go Red for Women
January 2017: Celebration of the New Year
December 2016: Celebration of the Holiday Season
November 2016: AHA Scientific Sessions in New Orleans
October 2016: Halloween
September 2016: Hispanic Heritage Month
August 2016: "Les Vacances" -
submitted by James McAvinn, Principal and Advisor at MRA Consulting in Parsippany, NJ
July 2016: Circulation Comes to Texas -
submitted by Wanpen Vongpatanasin, MD, Associate Editor for Circulation based in Dallas, TX