Introducing Echo Research and Practice
Echo Research and Practice is a new international journal from the British Society of Echocardiography and is endorsed by the Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthetists. As the first open access journal in echocardiography, all articles published in Echo Research and Practice are free to read, offering global exposure for authors' research.
Echo Research and Practice will select the very best work for publication, ranging from original cardiac ultrasound research through to critical reviews, selected case reports, videos and educational materials.
ACTACC have been working in collaboration with the British Society of Echocardiography and Bioscientifica on their new journal, Echo Research and Practice. This is a high-impact, international journal and the first open access publication dedicated to the field of echocardiography. As an endorsing society, members of ACTACC receive 10% off Echo Research and Practice's article publication charge.
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Announcement text for emails and newsletters
The Association of Cardiothoracic Anaesthetists is delighted to announce a collaboration with the British Society of Echocardiography and Bioscientifica on their new journal, Echo Research and Practice. As the first open access journal in echocardiography, all articles published in Echo Research and Practice are free to read, offering global exposure for authors' research.
Free journal-based learning programme
Echo Research and Practice's free journal-based learning programme was launched in June this year (2015) as a new interactive learning experience. The programme aims to support the education of clinicians-in-training and keep senior healthcare professionals up to date with the latest knowledge in their specialty.
Selected articles now include questions that are written in collaboration with members of Echo Research and Practice's editorial board and other experts in the field. Learners will get real-time scores, including explanations of the correct and incorrect answers, be able to keep a record of the activities that they participate in, and download formal certificates of completion.
To participate in an activity, all users need to do is register online for free. The first article included in the programme is 'Non-ischaemic cardiac conditions: role of stress echocardiography'. Full text available here.
"Echo Research and Practice will be a high-impact journal dedicated to echocardiography; publishing quality research and educational materials from authors across the globe."