Journal Insights
Aim & Scope

Aim: Dialogues in Cardiovascular Medicine is dedicated to delivering the most current and relevant information in the field of cardiovascular medicine to cardiologists and physicians with a keen interest in cardiology. The journal aims to foster an ongoing and dynamic exchange of knowledge and perspectives between leading experts and its readers. By highlighting key topics, guidelines, registries, and insights from prominent meetings and congresses, the journal seeks to enhance clinical practice and promote continuous learning and professional development within the cardiovascular community.

Scope: Dialogues in Cardiovascular Medicine publishes three issues per year, each meticulously curated to cover specific areas of cardiovascular medicine. The journal features comprehensive reviews, expert opinions, and in-depth analyses on a wide range of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Advances in cardiovascular diagnostics and imaging techniques
  • Innovations in interventional cardiology and cardiovascular surgery
  • Updates on heart failure management and treatment strategies
  • Emerging therapies for hypertension, arrhythmias, and lipid disorders
  • Insights into preventive cardiology and risk factor management
  • Evaluations of clinical guidelines and consensus statements
  • Reports and discussions on significant clinical trials and registries
  • Highlights from major cardiovascular meetings and congresses worldwide
ISSN
Print ISSN: 1272-9949 | Online ISSN: 2608-3515
Impact
0.101
Impact Factor
0.1
Cite Score
Publishing Timeline
45%%
Acceptance Rate
10 days
Time to first decision
20-45 days
Review time
60 days
Acceptance to publication
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