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News from Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association
Date:11/3/2007

y aren't the highest priority for a general cardiology audience. The new Circulation subspecialty journals will allow us to present these important papers while following the same high editorial standards as for the main journal."

The subspecialty journals will have independent editorial boards, but the manuscript review process will be managed jointly with Circulation. In addition to their regular bi-monthly print publication schedule, each new journal will have its own journal Web site on which articles will be published ahead of print upon acceptance. These articles will be available to AHA members and subscribers, along with other online features.

The six new titles reflect the increasing trend toward specialization among cardiology professionals. "Many of the papers that we have been unable to accept for the weekly journal have been high-quality studies addressing critical clinical topics such as heart failure, electrophysiology, cardiovascular imaging, and interventions. The new journals will allow us to present these important papers for all cardiologists practicing in these specific areas," Loscalzo said.

"Other papers are in areas that are rapidly evolving as disciplines in their own right, such as cardiovascular outcomes and quality. In addition, although it may not yet be directly applicable to everyday practice, cardiovascular genetics is an increasingly important topic," Loscalzo added. "Our hope is that the new Circulation subspecialty journals will provide a focal point for members of these subspecialties to come together and form professional communities."

Plans call for efforts to keep readers of the regular weekly journal apprised of important new papers from the subspecialty journals, including links on the Circulation Web site, http://circ.ahajournals.org. The new titles -- along with Circulation and other AHA journals -- will also be available on the Journals@Ovi
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