Navigating the world of cardiovascular journals: Impact on Publishing

About this video

We invite you to watch this webinar recording, in English, with Dr. Candice Silversides, Editor-in-Chief of JACC Advances journal (sister title of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology), to learn how to enhance the quality of your manuscript. 

In this webinar recording, you can expect to learn about:

  • Publishing opportunities at the JACC journals
  • Why is it important to read high-quality content?
  • Editorial tips to enhance the quality of your publications
  • Emerging trends in the field of cardiovascular disease

About JACC: Advances 
JACC: Advances aspires to serve as the premier source for original research and review articles advancing new and emerging fields of cardiovascular medicine, new patient populations, novel aspects of cardiovascular care, and new approaches to diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease. JACC: Advances publishes original investigations, experimental investigations with clear clinical relevance, state-of-the-art reviews, and position statements. Fields of focus include congenital heart disease, pediatric cardiology, critical care cardiology, geriatric cardiology, cardio-obstetrics, cerebrovascular disease, cardiac genomics, digital health and health technology, among others. The Journal is currently accepting submissions and will publish bi-monthly. In-press articles will be published online regularly.

About the presenter

Dr. Candice Silversides
Dr. Candice Silversides

Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto

Dr. Candice Silversides is a Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto, Chair in Pregnancy and Heart Disease at the Miles Nadal Heart Center, and director of the CardioObstetrics program at Mount Sinai Hospital. She also works at the Toronto General Hospital specializing in echocardiography. She is the inaugural Editor-in-Chief of the American College of Cardiology’s newest journal, JACC: Advances. In addition to acting as an Editor-in-Chief, she has published extensively in the field of cardiology and contributed to many leading cardiology textbooks, international practice guidelines, and consensus statements. She was awarded the Kent Ueland Distinguished Career Award and the Canadian Society of Cardiology 2023 Achievement Award for her contributions to the field.