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Year : 2019  |  Volume : 4  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 69-70

Prof. Joseph A. Hill, Editor-in-Chief of Circulation, Visited the China Cardiovascular Association and the China Heart House to have a Discussion with Cardiology Plus Editors


Date of Web Publication26-Jun-2019

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DOI: 10.4103/2470-7511.261441

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. Prof. Joseph A. Hill, Editor-in-Chief of Circulation, Visited the China Cardiovascular Association and the China Heart House to have a Discussion with Cardiology Plus Editors. Cardiol Plus 2019;4:69-70

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. Prof. Joseph A. Hill, Editor-in-Chief of Circulation, Visited the China Cardiovascular Association and the China Heart House to have a Discussion with Cardiology Plus Editors. Cardiol Plus [serial online] 2019 [cited 2019 Oct 23];4:69-70. Available from: http://www.cardiologyplus.org/text.asp?2019/4/2/69/261441



Prof. Joseph A. Hill, Professor of Medicine and Molecular Biology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and Editor-in-Chief of Circulation, made a Keynote Speech at the 13th Oriental Congress of Cardiology conference in Shanghai, China on May 31, 2019. The theme of the conference was “Cardiovascular Disease: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.”

On the morning of June 1, Professor Ge, Editor-in-Chief of Cardiology Plus, had a cordial exchange with Prof. Hill while they had breakfast together. Afterwards, Prof. Hill held a discussion and exchanged strategies with the editorial department of the journal Cardiology Plus. He discussed Circulation's approach to submission, review and publication. He talked to the professors about his experience in running the journal and answered the Cardiology Plus editorial department's questions in detail.

The Cardiology Plus editorial department then shared their experiences with running Cardiology Plus, a brief history of its development, achievements, progress, difficulties and problems encountered, and recent development plans.

Professor Hill asked thoughtful questions about the purpose, goals and foundation of Cardiology Plus, among other aspects. He also shared his opinions and contributed valuable suggestions on relevant issues the journal currently faces. The exchange was educational for the Cardiology Plus editors and they believe that the meeting will aid the healthy and rapid development of the journal.

In the afternoon, Professor Hill visited the China Cardiovascular Association, interacted with the information center, and visited the China Cardiovascular History Museum.

Cardiology Plus will keep in close contact with Circulation, continue to learn from their example, and advance with confidence from the ongoing cooperation.

On the first day of the 13th OCC Conference, the OCC News Center interviewed the Academician Junbo Ge, Editor-in-Chief of Cardiology Plus. Academician Ge talked about the mission and original intention of the founding of Cardiology Plus. CP is the journal of the China Cardiovascular Association (CCA) and the World Chinese Cardiovascular Association (WACC). It is a platform for exchange and discussion of the latest research on prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases and introduces the frontier academic achievements in the world to create an authoritative international academic exchange platform.

Prof. Yong Huo, the Deputy Editor of Cardiology Plus, and prof. Feng Liu, the head of the journal, all mentioned in their written speeches that we should give Cardiology Plus a high-level, comprehensive English-language journal of cardiovascular disease, to represent and reflect the progress and lessons of Chinese cardiovascular disease prevention, diagnosis, treatment and research.

Written by Bingyin Wang, Jie Kan, Feng Liu










 

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