1. What is CVIR's publishing schedule?
CVIR publishes monthly issues.
2. What is the current impact factor of CVIR?
CVIR currently has an impact factor of 1.928.
3. How can I access CVIR?
CIRSE Members have unlimited online access to CVIR. To become a member and enjoy many society-related benefits click here.
Non-Members: non-members can subscribe to print and/or online versions of CVIR by visiting the Springer website.
CIRSE Members are eligible for a highly reduced print subscription to CVIR. The print subscription rate for 2019 is € 74 and includes 12 issues. Please note that when you order a print subscription, CIRSE must provide Springer Publishing with your contact details. Springer will accordingly send you an invoice. After payment, subscription service will start. Print subscriptions for 2019 can be ordered from December 1, 2018 in your myCIRSE area.
Please make sure your contact details in your myCIRSE area are always up to date.
4. How do I submit my manuscript to CVIR?
To submit a manuscript to CVIR, please visit Editorial Manager.
For more information on how and why to submit to CVIR, please visit our submit webpage.
5. What types of manuscripts can I submit to CVIR?
The journal publishes laboratory and clinical investigations, scientific papers, technical notes, review articles, case reports, cutting-edge articles and letters to the editor. CVIR also publishes editorials and commentaries; however, these can be submitted only upon invitation.
Please note that only articles that are relevant to the fields of cardiovascular and interventional radiology will be published. Click here for more information on CVIR manuscript types.
6. Do I need to submit a conflict of interest (COI) form?
Authors are no longer required to submit separate COI forms together with their submissions. However, a COI statement should be included as part of the Compliance with Ethical Standards statement on the title page.
7. How can I keep track of my submitted manuscript?
After submission, you can periodically return to the submission site and monitor the progress of your manuscript. Be sure to use the same login details you used to submit the manuscript.
8. Where can I send my feedback and comments?
CVIR welcomes any feedback or comments you wish to make.
For comments or questions regarding the submission or review process, please contact the Journal Editorial Office (JEO) using the “Contact Us” function in the main menu of Editorial Manager.
For general inquiries or questions, please contact CVIR's Editorial Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
To contact the editor-in-chief, please email email@example.com
9. Where is CVIR indexed?
CVIR is indexed in the following repositories:
Science Citation Index Expanded (SciSearch), Journal Citation Reports/Science Edition, Medline, SCOPUS, EMBASE, Google Scholar, Academic OneFile, CNKI, Current Abstracts, Current Contents/Clinical Medicine, EBSCO Biomedical Reference Collection, EBSCO CINAHL, EBSCO TOC Premier, EMCare, Gale, Health Reference Center Academic, INIS Atomindex, OCLC, ProQuest Central, ProQuest Health & Medical Collection, ProQuest Health Research Premium Collection, ProQuest Medical Database, ProQuest Nursing & Allied Health Database, ProQuest Pharma Collection, SCImago, Summon by ProQuest
10. Can I publish open access in CVIR?
Yes, CVIR gives authors an option to publish their articles open access and make them available to read and share without the paywall. The article processing charges to publish open access in CVIR is 2480 EUR / 3140 USD / 2080 GBP net (plus taxes, in countries where it is applicable). Authors from certain countries have the open access fees covered by their institutions, read about it here.
11. Where can I find language editing support?
The publisher Springer Science recommends the scientific language editing services provided by the company Edanz: www.edanzediting.com/springer
Please note that authors are solely responsible for covering the costs of language editing services.
12. How can my organisation advertise in CVIR?
To place advertisements in CVIR, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
13. Is the journal peer-reviewed?
Yes, CVIR uses a double-blinded peer-review. It means that both the authors and reviewer identities are unknown to each other throughout the review process. To ensure the best possible practice of double-blinded peer-review, authors are asked to submit a title page with all author names and affiliations as a separate document from the main text. The main text needs to be blinded so that it does not mention any details about authors or their institutions.
14. Who are the peer-reviewers?
Over the years, CVIR has established a reviewer database of over 500 reviewers, comprising of experts who are deemed qualified to review manuscripts based on their educational background and experience, and who have applied to act as reviewers. The reviewers are invited to review submissions which match their expertise and interest and based on the information reviewers provide in their user profiles in Editorial Manager - CVIR manuscript submission and peer-review website.
CVIR strives to invite the most qualified, suitable reviewers for all submissions which undergo a peer-review process. The aim is to ensure a high standard of objective, unbiased and timely peer review.
CVIR applies principles of publication ethics outlined in the core practices of Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).