The Texas Heart Institute Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published bimonthly by the Texas Heart Institute as part of its medical education program. Authorship is open to all clinicians and research scientists with an interest in the prevention, diagnosis, or treatment of cardiovascular disease.
The Journal invites the submission of
Special consideration will be given to Clinical and Laboratory Investigation papers.
For detailed submission guidelines, refer to the Information for Authors section.
The purpose of the Texas Heart Institute Journal is to educate, with emphasis on the dissemination of information to physicians in practice. Internationally, approximately 47,000 heart specialists receive the Journal, making it one of the largest publications of its kind.
The Journal is indexed by
- Index Medicus/MEDLINE
- Biological Abstracts/BIOSIS
- Current Contents Excerpta Medica Life Sciences Collection (Cambridge Abstracts)
- Current Awareness in Biological Sciences (through BRS Information Services) and
- Other indexing and abstracting services worldwide.
Full-text electronic versions of the Texas Heart Institute Journal are available through Ovid and EBSCO Publishing. These may be accessed at medical libraries and corporations that subscribe to those services. Full-text electronic versions of past issues are available to the public online at PMC.
For manuscript submission, authors should refer to the detailed instructions outlined in Information for Authors.
For questions about addresses, copyright, reprints, advertising, or subscriptions, see Business Information.
You may also contact the Journal office using our secure form.
Updated October 2012