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EHJ – Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes

 Informing Cardiovascular Public Health Policy Around the World



The European Heart Journal – Quality of Care and Clinical Outcomes (EHJ-QCCO) is an official, peer-reviewed journal of the European Society of Cardiology with a close alliance to the European Heart Health Institute (EHHI) publishing cardiovascular outcomes research.

EHJ-QCCO publishes original research and topical reviews from health scientists around the world, focusing on quality of care as it affects cardiovascular outcomes in hospitals, as well as at national and international levels.

Fast Facts

  • Editor-in-chief: Adam Timmis FESC, UK
  • Current volume: 7 (year 2021)
  • Issues per subscription: 4

Editor in chief History

Name Start Date End Date
 Professor Adam Timmis  01/01/2015  
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Most recent articles from the EHJ-QCCO

27 Jun 2020
Shared decision-making: the patient on the forefront of care coordination
Author(s):Hendriks J, Lee G.
11 May 2020
Shared decision-making in atrial fibrillation: patient-reported involvement in treatment decisions
Author(s):Ali-Ahmed F, Pieper K, North R, et al.
08 Jun 2020
Exaggerated blood pressure response on exercise treadmill testing and longer term outcomes in primary prevention
Author(s):Riaz H, Alashi A, Lang R, et al.
03 May 2020
Cardiovascular adverse events after liver transplantation: a long road ahead for improvement
Author(s):Sonny A.