Cardiologists

Hundreds of thousands of cardiologists trust the journals in the Lippincott Cardiology Portfolio to supply reputable news and insights about innovative research in the fields of cardiovascular disease, hypertensive disease, and other related specialties. We take pride in reaching cardiologists of all specialties, from broad-based practitioners to researchers who specialize in nephrology, lipidology, and cardiovascular endocrinology.

 

Our journals represent seven cardiology societies around the world, including the American Heart Association (AHA). We publish 11 journals with the AHA, giving us exclusive access to the largest volunteer organization of cardiologists. Circulation, the official publication of the American Heart Association, reaches more than 20,000 cardiologist specialists.

 

We also reach cardiovascular nurses through our partnership with the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association (PCNA). The Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing is the official journal of the PCNA, which represents over 25,000 nurses and healthcare professionals who practice cardiovascular care and disease management. 

 

Cardiologists have diverse interests and expertise and read on average 10 different publications.* To meet the need for specialized content, the AHA also publishes six subspecialty journals to complement Circulation, providing deep reach to HCPs working in:

  • Cardiovascular imaging
  • Arrhythmia and electrophysiology
  • Cardiovascular genetics

 

 

FACT: 96% of cardiologists read current medical publications in some format, and among people who read both print and digital, 56% prefer the print version.*

 

Explore each of our cardiovascular specialties, including:

  • Stroke
  • Hypertensive diseases
  • Heart failure
  • Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology
  • Cardiac arrhythmias
  • Prevention of and impact of vascular diseases
  • Cardiovascular health, diseases, and pharmacology
  • Interventional techniques
  • Lipidology, nephrology, and cardiovascular endocrinology
  • Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis

FACT: 78% of cardiologists read the digital version in some capacity.*

 

The websites that comprise the Wolters Kluwer Cardiology Channel receive nearly 2.2 million pageviews each month, including more than one million from Circulation. More than 23,000 cardiologists subscribe to eNewsletters, Electronic Tables of Content (eTOCs), and other emails that focus on specific disease states and therapeutic areas.

 

 

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Wolters Kluwer can help you reach cardiologists through our esteemed cardiology journals. Contact us to learn about our traditional and custom marketing solutions.

 

* ©Kantar Media, Sources & Interactions: November 2017 Medical/Surgical Edition 

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