Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review (AER) is a quarterly journal aimed at assisting time-pressured general and specialist cardiologists to stay abreast of key advances and opinion in the arrhythmia and electrophysiology sphere. AER provides comprehensive update on a range of pertinent issues to support physicians in continuously developing their knowledge and effectiveness in day-to-day clinical practice.
AER is produced in partnership with the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA), and the journal is widely disseminated directly to EHRA membership.
Led by Editor-in-Chief Demosthenes Katritsis, along with Section Editors: Andrew Grace (Arrhythmia Mechanisms/Basic Science), Karl-Heinz Kuck (Clinical Electrophysiology and Ablation) and Angelo Auricchio (Implantable Devices) and an editorial board of world-renowned physicians, AER comprises peer-reviewed articles that aim to provide timely updates on the most pertinent issues in the field.
For information on submitting an article, please contact the Managing Editor: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequency: Four print issues per year (March, June, August, November); ePub ahead of print throughout the year.
Print ISSN: 2050-3369 Online ISSN: 2050-3377
Indexing: PubMed, PubMed Central, Crossref, Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)
Aims and Scope
AER aims to assist time-pressured physicians to keep abreast of key advances and opinion in the arrhythmia and electrophysiology sphere.
AER comprises balanced and comprehensive articles written by leading authorities. The journal provides comprehensive updates on a range of salient issues to support physicians in continuously developing their knowledge and effectiveness in day-to-day clinical practice.
The journal endeavours, through its timely teaching reviews, to support the continuous medical education of both specialist and general cardiologists, and disseminate knowledge of the field to the wider cardiovascular community.
Structure and Format
The journal consists of review articles and editorials. The structure and degree of coverage assigned to each category of the journal is the decision of the Editor-in-Chief, with the support of the Section Editors and Editorial Board. Articles are fully referenced, providing a comprehensive review of existing knowledge and opinion.
AER is guided by overall direction from the Editor-in-Chief, supported by Section Editors and an Editorial Board.
AER’s contributors are recognised authorities in their respective fields.
Peer review is conducted by members of the journal’s Peer Review Board and other experts appointed for their experience and knowledge of a specific topic.
AER is supported by an experienced team of Editors and Technical Editors.
On submission, all articles are assessed by the Editor-in-Chief or Managing Editor to determine their suitability for inclusion.
The Managing Editor, following consultation with the Editor-in-Chief, Section Editors and/or a member of the Editorial Board, sends the manuscript to members of the Peer Review Board, who are selected on the basis of their specialist knowledge in the relevant area. All peer review is conducted double-blind.
Following review, manuscripts are either accepted without modification or accepted pending modification, in which case the manuscripts are returned to the author(s) to incorporate required changes, or rejected outright. The Editor-in-Chief reserves the right to accept or reject any proposed amendments.
Once the authors have amended a manuscript in accordance with the reviewers’ comments, the manuscript is returned to the reviewers to ensure the revised version meets their quality expectations. Once approved, the manuscript is sent to the Editor-in-Chief for final approval prior to publication.
Submissions and Instructions to Authors
Contributors are identified by the Editor-in-Chief with the support of the Section Editors and Managing Editor, and guidance from the Editorial Board.
Following acceptance of an invitation, the authors and Managing Editor, in conjunction with the Editor-in-Chief, formalise the working title and scope of the article.
Subsequently, the Managing Editor provides an ‘Instructions to Authors’ document and additional submission details.
The journal is always keen to hear from leading authorities wishing to discuss potential submissions. Please contact the Managing Editor for further details: email@example.com or view the Information for Authors.
Our funding model
At this time, Radcliffe Cardiology provides free educational content to cardiologists and allied healthcare professionals. The vast majority of our content is editorially independent, developed at our own cost.
However, to keep the platform a free resource, from time to time we do collaborate and receive funding from select industry partners in the following ways; all sources of such funding are fully declared on all these materials:
- Print and eBook adverts at the front and back of the journals (never within the journal text)
- Web banner advertising
- Interstitial adverts
- Pre-roll video adverts (as pre-cursors to our independent content)
- Promotional/supplemental content (published as supplements to our peer-reviewed journals)
- Supported webinars, roundtable discussions, video interviews and live cases
- Continuing Medical Education (CME) activities
Radcliffe Cardiology does not under any circumstances charge any author fees for publication of manuscripts in our family of journals.
All articles included in Arrhythmia & Electrophysiology Review are available as reprints (minimum order 1,000). Please contact Rob Barclay at firstname.lastname@example.org
Distribution and Readership
AER is distributed tri-annually through controlled circulation to general and specialist senior cardiovascular professionals in Europe. All manuscripts published in the journal are free-to-access online.
Abstracting and Indexing
Copyright and Permission
Radcliffe Cardiology is the sole owner of all articles and other materials that appear in AER unless otherwise stated. Permission to reproduce any part of an article should be sought from the journal’s Managing Editor.