Under the leadership of Editor-in-Chief, Joseph Loscalzo, Circulation publishes the most important papers from across the world of cardiology every week. Publishing a combination of basic, translational, clinical, and population research, the journal publishes the most authoritative articles and details the implications for application in your daily practice to improve patient outcomes.
With an Impact Factor of 14.739, Circulation is ranked 1st for Impact Factor, total cites, 5-Year Impact Factor, Article Influence(TM) score, and Eigenfactor(TM) score within the Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems and Peripheral Vascular Disease subject categories in the 2011 Journal Citation Reports® (Thomson Reuters, 20112). Circulation is also ranked 1st for Impact Factor, total cites, 5-year Impact Factor, and Article Influence(TM) score in the Hematology subject category.
--Contemporary Reviews in Cardiovascular Medicine: Overviews of natural history, diagnostic strategies, and treatment approaches are included in this series.
--Basic Science for Clinicians: Cutting-edge reviews of the scientific basis of cardiovascular disease mechanisms and treatments, and include molecular cardiology, genetics, genomics, physiology, and pharmacology.
--Controversies in Cardiovascular Medicine: Opposite viewports are presented in tandem, with rebuttal responses by both authors included.
--Clinician Update: Articles emphasize algorithms for patient management and specific recommendations for pharmacological and interventional/surgical treatment strategies.
--Cardiovascular Case Series: Cases provide complex diagnostic and treatment questions by presenting information about a real patient to an expert clinician who explains his/her responses at each stage of the evaluation.
--Original articles on both the clinical advances that are changing practice and the latest scientific research that points the way to tomorrow's breakthroughs
--Editorial reviews from world-leading authorities give a unique perspective on the entire field
--The latest clinical guidelines keep practicing MDs up-to-date
--European Perspectives in Cardiology highlights the issues, initiatives, and latest findings affecting cardiologists across Europe
--Online archive dates back to the very first issue published in 1950