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CJC Open is a vehicle for the international dissemination of new knowledge in cardiology and cardiovascular science, particularly serving as the major open access publication venue for Canadian cardiovascular medicine. The journal publishes original reports of clinical and basic research relevant to cardiovascular medicine as well as editorials, viewpoints, review articles, and case reports. Papers on health outcomes, health care and public policy issues, ethics, medical history, and study design, as well as letters to the editor, are welcomed.
The Canadian Journal of Cardiology (CJC) is an official journal of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (CCS). The CJC is a vehicle for the international dissemination of new knowledge in cardiology and cardiovascular science, particularly serving as the major venue for Canadian cardiovascular medicine.
CJC Open Editor-In-Chief
Dr. Michelle Graham is an Interventional Cardiologist and Professor of Medicine at the University of Alberta. Dr. Graham has served as an Associate Editor for the CJC since November 2016 and also has a track record of research success. As an actively engaged CCS member, Dr. Graham served as Chair of the Guidelines Committee (2008-2014) and Chair of the Scientific Program Committee (2016-2018). She has strong feelings about mentorship and hopes that CJC Open can support the success of trainees and junior faculty.
The Canadian Journal of Cardiology is a benefit of membership in the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (CCS). The CCS is the national voice for cardiovascular clinicians and scientists. We advance heart health for all by:
Setting standards for excellence in heart health.
Building the knowledge and expertise of the heart team.
Influencing policy and advocating for the heart health of Canadians.