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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: 17 (year 2018)
  • Issues per subscription: 8
  • Impact Factor 2017: 2.651 (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

03 Nov 2017
Approaches to nurse education and competence development in remote telemonitoring of heart failure patients with implanted heart devices in Italy: a cause for concern
Author(s):Michela Barisone
19 Jan 2018
‘We’re like a gang, we stick together’: experiences of ventricular assist device communities
Author(s):Holly C Standing
20 Dec 2017
Sleep disturbance in patients with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator: Prevalence, predictors and impact on health status
Author(s):M Habibović
14 Aug 2017
The effect of a peer support intervention on early recovery outcomes in men recovering from coronary bypass surgery: A randomized controlled trial
Author(s):Tracey JF Colella