Circulation Electronic Pages April 17, 2001 Rapid Review Circulation is not accepting manuscripts via the Rapid Review system until further notice. Authors should submit manuscripts to the Circulation Editorial office by mail. Manuscripts currently in the Rapid Review system will still be handled within the system, and reviewers should submit reviews for those papers via their reviewer log-on. New Sections in Circulation Two new Sections will be introduced in Circulation beginning in May 2001. The first Section is entitled “Clinical Cardiology: Physician Update.” This Section will be clinically oriented and directed to the practicing physician. Articles will be contributed by experts recognized for their ability to describe in practical terms the implementation of therapeutic advances and the optimal use of new diagnostic modalities. The second Section is entitled “The Cardiology Patient Page.” This Section will include articles on various topics in cardiovascular medicine that will be written in lay language by healthcare professionals and is designed to provide descriptions of critical concepts in cardiovascular diagnosis, testing methods, and therapeutics. Dr Elliott Antman has been named as Section Editor for the new initiative. The new Sections are being launched first in the electronic version of Circulation to fulfill the goal of shortening the time between reporting of scientific advances and translation into patient care. James T. Willerson, MD, Editor-in-Chief Cardiovascular News Images in Cardiovascular Medicine Cine Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Myocardial Ischemia and Reperfusion in Mice Zequan Yang, MD, PhD; Brent A. French, PhD; Wesley D. Gilson, MS; Antwone J. Ross, MS; John N. Oshinski, PhD; Stuart S. Berr, PhD (Circulation. 2001;103:e84.) © 2001 American Heart Association, Inc. Circulation is available at http://www.circulationaha.org
Circulation – Wolters Kluwer Health
Published: Apr 1, 2001
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