European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation is dedicated to providing physicians all the best clinical, scientific and public health research findings addressing the origins and prevention of cardiovascular diseases, cardiovascular rehabilitation and exercise analysis.
The journal endevours to further the interests of related bodies associated with the European Society of Cardiology and other professional organizations, covering important relevant topics such as atherosclerosis, hypertension, behavioural medicine, diabetes, internal medicine and general practice, presenting information in a useful and clinically practical format. It supplies a means for distribution of reports from the European Heart Network, the European Union, national heart foundations, and both governmental and non-governmental agencies.
The European Journal of Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation is the official journal of the European Association for Cardiovascular Prevention and Rehabilitation (EACPR), which is an official division of the European Society of Cardiology.
The editors of the EJCPR employ a highly rigorous peer-review and publishing procedure to guage manuscripts for scientific accuracy, interest, and significance and have set guidelines to ensure that potential contributors disclose all relevant financial associations, ensuring that they do not influence published content. Such policies help to solidify EJCPR’s reputation as a leader in quality cardiovascular research and best practices in clinical medicine.
Authors wishing to submit papers to the journal are asked to select the appropriate category using the list below which best pertains to the subject matter of their material. If the paper is accepted, it will be classified by it’s category in the table of contents of the issue it is published in.
The editors are interested in original research in any and all of the above categories as they pertain to cardiovascular health. We also publish reviews, commentary, cases and other content of interest to medical professionals.
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