How do I submit to JACC?
Please submit proposals to [email protected] These submissions should focus on the impact that government policy (federal, state, and local) and social considerations have on cardiovascular care and its global delivery systems. Such manuscripts may be written by a single author or an author group.
Who Publishes JACC?
American College of CardiologyElsevier
Journal of the American College of Cardiology/Publisher
Is JACC peer-reviewed?
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) publishes peer-reviewed articles highlighting all aspects of cardiovascular disease, including original investigations, experimental investigations with clear clinical relevance, state-of-the-art papers, and viewpoints.
Who is the editor of JACC?
Valentin Fuster, MD, PhD, MACC.
Is JACC case reports PubMed indexed?
JACC: Case Reports and JACC: CardioOncology Now on PubMed Central. JACC: Case Reports and JACC: CardioOncology are now fully indexed on PubMed Central, broadening access to the Journals’ cardiovascular research and educational content.
Is the Journal of American College of Cardiology peer reviewed?
The Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) publishes peer-reviewed articles highlighting all aspects of cardiovascular disease, including original clinical studies, experimental investigations with clear clinical relevance, state-of-the-art papers and viewpoints.
Is JACC Asia PubMed indexed?
What is the impact factor of JACC?
24.09Journal of the American College of Cardiology / Impact Factor (2020)
How much does it cost to publish in JACC?
Article Publishing Charge The open access fee for full articles is $3,200 for members of the American College of Cardiology and $3,400 for non-members, excluding taxes. The open access fee for research letters is $1,600 for members of the American College of Cardiology and $1,700 for non-members, excluding taxes.
Is AHA journal credible?
The AHA is regarded as the most trusted source of information on cardiovascular disease and stroke in the world. The public is barraged by health claims it hears every day and relies on the AHA to interpret the information fairly and honestly.
Who published AHA?
John Wiley & Sons
Journal of the American Heart Association
|Publisher||John Wiley & Sons on behalf of the American Heart Association (United States)|
|License||Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License|
|Impact factor||6.106 (2021)|
Who can publish on PubMed?
|Method A Journal deposits final published articles in PubMed Central without author involvement|
|Who is Responsible?||NIH Awardee|
|To cite papers, from acceptance for publication to 3 months post publication||PMCID or “PMC Journal- In Process”|
|To cite papers, 3 months post publication and beyond||PMCID|