The Journal of The Indian Academy of Echocardiography & Cardio Vascular Imaging (JIAE & CVI) is the official journal of Indian Academy of Echocardiography (IAE) which is the largest cardiac imaging society in India.
JIAE & CVI is focused on diagnostic cardiology and aims to promote peer reviewed scientific articles, review articles, case reports, interesting images, CME’s, innovations and feature guidelines with particular emphasis on echocardiography. Suitable articles on both clinical and non-clinical original research primarily in the field of echocardiography and also other modalities of cardiac imaging will be published.
The journal is to be published three times a year; it is open access and accepts publications from around the world. The journal does not charge for submission, processing or publication of manuscript. It also has aims to position this journal as the leading publication in the field of echocardiography and cardiovascular imaging, especially in India and South Asia and consolidate over the years to come to become a globally renowned journal It will be covering the subject of echocardiography and cardiovascular imaging and its latest development and also offering the readers a perspective from the Indian and Asian point of view.
It is looking to attract increasing number of manuscripts with particular emphasis on original research from India and Asia. It plans to gradually increase the number of issues over the years and bring out periodic supplements on special topics and exclusive conference issues having write-ups and abstracts. The journal wishes to engage readers actively and will be inviting letters and communications from the practitioners of cardiac imaging and encourage them to write on interesting topics, unresolved and controversial issues.
The journal looks to reach out to Cardiologists, Physicians, Intensive Care Specialists, Cardiac Anesthesiologists, Pulmonologists, Pediatricians, General Practitioners practicing echocardiography, Sonographers, Cardiac Radiologists, Nuclear Medicine specialists in cardiac imaging and to all those who are interested in cardiac imaging for readership and at the same time looks forward to scientific contributions from them.
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