February, 2016, London (UK) – Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review (AER)announces the continuation of its successful partnership with the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA) for a further two years. AER also confirms that it has been accepted for indexing on PubMed Central and PubMed.
Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review has been produced in partnership with EHRA since its launch in 2012, an agreement that has included the dissemination of the journal directly to the EHRA membership.
On the agreement, Demosthenes Katritsis, Editor-in-Chief of AER, commented: "I am absolutely delighted that our relationship with EHRA is to be continued and strengthened, for the mutual benefit of both parties."
Professor Gerhard Hindricks, President of the European Heart Rhythm Association, commented: "EHRA aims to provide high quality education in cardiac rhythm disorders in order to ensure that high standards of professional excellence are maintained. To this end, we are pleased to continue our collaboration with Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review, as a valuable provider of high-quality medical education for cardiologists specialised in pacing and arrhythmias."
AER is to be indexed on PubMed, with all journal articles from the first issue onwards being published online in full on PubMed Central, providing greater exposure to the global cardiology community.
Dr Katritsis said: "Indexing of AER will increase the awareness and credibility of the journal itself as well as raising the profile of authors among the wider cardiology community."
Becki Davies, Managing Editor of AER commented: "This represents a significant milestone for AER, and provides recognition of the great efforts of the editorial board, authors and peer reviewers who have worked to ensure the high quality of the journal's content."
About Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review (AER)
AER is led by Editor-in-Chief Demosthenes Katritsis, and supported by Section Editors Andrew Grace (Arrhythmia Mechanisms/Basic Science), Karl-Heinz Kuck (Clinical Electrophysiology and Ablation) and Angelo Auricchio (Implantable Devices), underpinned by an editorial board of world-renowned physicians. AER publishes review articles and opinion pieces that aim to provide timely updates on key issues in the field of cardiac rhythm disorders.
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