EDITOR’S PERSPECTIVE Frontiers in Cardiovascular Outcomes Research e are always interested in what comes next for our field. But the fu- Brahmajee K. Nallamothu, ture is impossible to appreciate without a proper accounting of the MD, MPH Wpast. In this issue of Circ CQO, we introduce a new series entitled P. Michael Ho, MD, PhD Frontiers in Cardiovascular Outcomes Research that is meant to bridge these two ideas. The goal of Frontiers papers will be for experts to help our readers simultaneously understand both the prior work and emerging landscape and challenges within crucial areas of importance in cardiovascular health services and policy research. Although the format of Frontiers papers allows for authors to take deeper dives into a topic, they are not meant to be a typical review article. Review articles have never been a great fit for us given our frequently evolving fields of investigation. Yet the ability to reflect on the past and then use it as a lens toward the future has always been essential to scientific endeavors, and it is a model followed by several 1,2 papers we’ve published in the past. That is the gap we hope these papers will continue to fill.
Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality & Outcomes – Wolters Kluwer Health
Published: Feb 1, 2018
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