CJCO Trainee Initiatives

CJCO offers two initiatives exclusive to trainee members of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (CCS). Learn more about how to become a CCS Trainee.

1. Apply to join the CJCO Trainee Editorial Board

Responsibilities and expectations:

  • Consultation on journal issues as requested by the editors.
  • Timely and high-quality review of manuscripts. This entails:
    • Assessing manuscripts for content, quality, and relevance for publication in CJCO.
    • Preparing a written evaluation of the manuscript and a recommendation to the Editor-in-Chief regarding suitability for publication.
    • Reviewing one manuscript per month. Manuscripts are assigned routinely and must have a formal written evaluation completed within one to two weeks.

Current Trainee Members of the Editorial Board:

  • Haran Yogasundaram (Mentor: Gavin Oudit)
  • Sabin Bozso (Mentor: Jeevan Nagendran)
  • Stephen Wright (Mentor: Neil Eves)
  • Pishoy Gouda (Mentor: Justin Ezekowitz)
  • Qutuba Karwi (Mentor: Gary Lopaschuk
  • Devin Chetan (Mentor: Luc Mertens)

 

2. Apply to join the CJCO Trainee Reviewer list

Responsibilities and expectations:

  • Timely and high-quality review of manuscripts. This entails:
    • Assessing manuscripts for content, quality, and relevance for publication in CJCO.
    • Preparing a written evaluation of the manuscript and a recommendation to the Editor-in-Chief regarding suitability for publication.
    • Reviewing about one manuscript every other month. Manuscripts are assigned routinely and must have a formal written evaluation completed within one to two weeks.

Current Trainee Reviewers:

  • Kai Yi Wu (Mentor: Ian Paterson)
  • Charles Yin (Mentor: Rob Hegele)
  • Kenji Rowel (Mentor: Gavin Oudit)
  • Quynh Nguyen (Mentor: Jeevan Nagendran)
  • Nicholas Grubic (Mentor: Katherine Allan)
  • Najah Adreak (Mentor: Jessica Forcillo)
  • Ryaan El-Andari (Mentor: Jeevan Nagendran)
  • Jimmy Kang (Mentor: Jeevan Nagendran)
  • Sarah Melville (Mentor: Raj Padwal)

 

Check out more journal opportunities at CJC.

See our trainee initiatives at CJCPC.

Information for first-time authors

First time submitting a paper to an academic journal? Make sure to consult our Author Guidelines.

How to become a CCS trainee

You can find more information on how to become a CCS trainee on CCS’ website.

Have questions?

Contact trainees@ccs.ca for all things CCS and cjco.editorialoffice@icm-mhi.org for all CJCO-related matters.

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