US Cardiology Review Relaunch
US Cardiology Review Relaunches and Announces the Appointment of Professor Donald E Cutlip as Editor-in-Chief.
Boston, MA, February 4, 2016 (Newswire.com) - US Cardiology Review (USC) - formerly called US Cardiology - is re-launching following a publishing hiatus. The bi-annual journal will provide comprehensive review and expert opinion articles on a range of pertinent issues affecting cardiologists in the US.
Articles will be primarily invited contributions from some of the most recognized figures in the cardiovascular fraternity and will support US physicians in continuously developing their knowledge and effectiveness in day-to-day clinical practice. The journal will be distributed free of charge to 29,000 practicing cardiologists in the US and also be free to access online at RadcliffeCardiology.com, a cardiovascular community that receives over 27,000 unique users per month.
David Ramsey, Managing Director at Radcliffe Cardiology, added: "It gives us great pleasure to welcome Professor Cutlip to the position of Editor-in-Chief of US Cardiology Review. Professor Cutlip is a leading cardiologist and I am sure that his guidance will be invaluable in fulfilling the journal's aims of providing trusted reviews of real educational and practical value for the cardiology community in America".
David Ramsey, Managing Director
Radcliffe Cardiology, have also announced the appointment of USC's new Editor-in-Chief, Professor Donald E Cutlip, Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory at The Cardiovascular Institute, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School. His primary research interests are in coronary artery disease and related interventions, clinical outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention, and diabetes and coronary disease.
On his appointment, Professor Cutlip commented: "I am very excited to work with the team at US Cardiology Review. I believe the focus of the Journal on timely and informative reviews, editorial statements, and clinical expert summaries provides the opportunity to offer practicing clinicians and others a very high level of educational material. The bi-annual publication timeline offers an advantage over textbooks allowing us to provide more frequently updated information on ever-evolving topics and the manuscript format will provide the space to cover topics in more detail. I also look forward to working with an existing editorial board that is outstanding and to expanding the board to include broad representation of specialties within cardiovascular medicine."
About Radcliffe Cardiology
Radcliffe Cardiology provides free access to peer-reviewed content from industry-leading review journals Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review (AER), Cardiac Failure Review (CFR), European Cardiology Review (ECR), Interventional Cardiology Review (ICR) and now US Cardiology Review (USC). Alongside other digital and multimedia content, radcliffecardiology.com aims to support physicians, clinicians and leading industry professionals in continuously developing their knowledge, effectiveness and productivity.