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e-Journal of Cardiology Practice - Call for Authors

The ESC Council of Cardiology Practice sends out a weekly electronic journal to more than 40,000 subscribers.

For over 16 years, this e-journal has been providing cardiovascular professionals with topics of particular interest and practical relevance.

The editors of the e-Journal are currently preparing a special series on 'Electrophysiology - information for the general cardiologist.'  Will you contribute?



Each selected author will be asked to concentrate on one of the following subtopics:

  • Electrophysiology: evolution of the technique over the last decade. Comment on each step in this evolution.
  • Ablation of accessory pathways: indications and contraindications.
  • Ablation in atrial fibrillation: give the “ideal” indication. Are there contraindications?  Summarise the actual results.
  • Resynchronisation: did changes in the technique over the last few years have an influence on indications? Summarise the actual results.
  • Electrophysiology: are there any ethical considerations to take into account?

If you have relevant experience in electrophysiology and would like to participate, please provide us with a summary of no more than 100 words on only one of the subtopics above, no later than 25 August 2021.

All submissions should be sent to articles@ejournal-of-cardiology-practice.com.

Your summary should be in a Word document. In addition, please include:

  • Your full name
  • Medical title and professional affiliation
  • A brief statement concerning your own work experience and why you have chosen this subtopic

If your summary is selected, you’ll be invited by the e-Journal to submit a more developed draft of your proposed article.

Find out more about the e-Journal of Cardiology Practice.

We look forward to receiving your contribution!

ESC Council for Cardiology Practice