A collection in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goal 17 (SDG17): "Partnerships to achieve the goal", Editorial Board Member, curated by Prof Takao Kato, Kyoto University. See the Collection and an introductory article authored by Prof Kato here.
Partnerships to tackle Cardiovascular Disorders - An article collection
A review article by Hanna-Rivero, N. et al summarizes recent research progress on elucidating the role of anemia and iron deficiency in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF). It also discusses the potential impact of anemia and iron deficiency in AF complications such as stroke, bleeding, heart failure, as well as AF-related exercise intolerance.
A review article by D. Thomas et al., summarizes recent progress in the field of cardiac organoids and critically discusses the use of 3-D cardiac models in disease modelling and drug screening.
Digital Technologies for Cardiovascular Disorders: Article Collection to be published soon
BMC Cardiovascular Disorders acknowledges that progress in digital health and innovation is fundamental to the advancement of modern cardiology. We therefore announced a call for papers a few months ago on the topic of digital health and technology within the field of cardiology/cardiovascular diseases. See the collection articles as they get published here
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We are recruiting new Editors to join our international Editorial Board, helping to provide expertise on a wide range of subjects within the area of disorders of the heart and circulatory system.
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The EBM of the month archive
The EBM of the month initiative, a series of interviews with selected Editorial Board Members, run between May 2020 - April 2021, is now finished. Thank you to all EBMs who shared their insights on current cardiovascular research and publishing, as well as their advice to authors and reviewers. We hope to relaunch the initiative again in 2023. You can find the interviews archive here.
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