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European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing

Advancing knowledge in cardiovascular nursing and the promotion of evidence-based clinical practice


The European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing (EJCN) is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the advancement of knowledge in the field of cardiovascular nursing and the promotion of evidence-based clinical practice.

The journal publishes original articles, short report reviews and editorials in order to improve the quality of nursing care for patients with cardiovascular disease.

Fast Facts

  • Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Tiny Jaarsma, NFESC (SE)
  • Current volume: 16 (year 2017)
  • Issues per subscription: 8
  • Impact Factor 2016: 2.763 (New Record)
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Before being published, all manuscripts go through double-blinded peer review by experienced international experts.

Most recent articles from the EJCN

20 Mar 2018
Why is ethnicity important in cardiovascular care?
Author(s):Chantal F Ski
31 Jan 2018
Racial differences in dietary antioxidant intake and cardiac event-free survival in patients with heart failure
Author(s):Jia-Rong Wu
15 Nov 2017
A cross-sectional study of ethnicity-based differences in treatment seeking for symptoms of acute coronary syndrome
Author(s):Emma Iacoe
23 Jan 2018
Investigating relationships between ancestry, lifestyle behaviors and perceptions of heart disease and breast cancer among Canadian women with British and with South Asian ancestry
Author(s):Kimberley D Curtin