EHRA and the ESC are pleased to announce that EP Europace became a fully open-access journal beginning with the 2023 volume in January 2023.
As of 1 January 2023, issues of EP Europace are no longer available in print and all archived EP Europace content will be free to access.
Please note that for all submissions from 1 September 2022, that are accepted and published in the 2023 volume, an APC (article processing charge) may be payable.
This page will be regularly updated with new information about the move to open access.
Frequently asked questions
- When will the change to open access take place?
- Will the journal still be in print?
- How can I access older archived content?
- Article processing charges (APCs)
- If I cannot afford the open access fee, what are my options?
- Editor-in-chief: Prof. Angelo Auricchio, FESC (CH)
- Current volume: 26 (year 2024)
- Issues per subscription: 12
- Impact Factor 2022: 6.1
A leading journal in arrhythmia management and electrophysiology
"EP Europace - The European Heart Journal of Arrhythmias and Electrophysiology is one of the most important journals in the field. The journal provides a unique open-access platform for the publication and dissemination of high-quality original science, opinion and education from leading European and international authors. Our content encompasses all aspects of arrhythmias and sudden death, with specific sections on interventional electrophysiology, implantable cardiac devices, cellular electrophysiology, genetics, arrhythmia imaging and digital cardiology." EP Europace Editor-in-Chief, Professor A.Auricchio.
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