Circulation Journal Authorship Agreement

Article Transfer Service This journal is part of our article transfer service. This means that if the publisher feels that your article is more appropriate in one of our other participating magazines, you may be asked to transfer the article to one of those magazines. If you agree, your item will be automatically transferred on your behalf, without requiring reformatting. Please note that your article will be reviewed by the new magazine. More information. Please note that the standards may vary slightly between magazines, depending on their peer review policies (i.e. single or double blind peer review) as well as the discipline of the magazines. Before submitting your article, carefully check the instructions in this section. This journal is committed to preserving the integrity of the scientific archives. As a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the journal will follow COPE`s guidelines on managing potential misconduct. Individuals can agree to participate in a study, but object to the publication of their data in a magazine article. Authors should also ensure that they obtain individuals` consent to publish their data before submitting their work to a magazine.

This is especially true for case studies. You will find an approval form for the publication Important note: the journal can use software to look for plagiarism. The purpose of the proof is to check for errors in sentences or conversions as well as the completeness and accuracy of the text, tables and illustrations. Substantial changes to content, for example. B new results, corrected values, titles and authorship, are not allowed without the agreement of the publisher. It is strongly recommended that authors ensure the right group of authors, the corresponding author and the order of authors when submitting. Modifications of the author by the addition or deletion of authors and/or modifications made to the corresponding author and/or changes in the order of authors are not accepted after the acceptance of a manuscript. Authors are required to correct errors as soon as they discover a material error or inaccuracy in their published article. The author(s) are requested to contact the journal and explain the impact of the error on the article.

A decision on how to correct the literature depends on the nature of the error. This can be a correction or a withdrawal. The withdrawal note should ensure transparency on the parts of the item affected by the error. The International Journal of Cardiology is devoted to cardiology in the broadest sense. Basic research and clinical work may be submitted. The journal serves the interest of both practicing clinicians and researchers. – Please indicate in each file the following information: title of the article, name of the journal, author names; Membership and e-mail address of the corresponding author. All authors are encouraged to ensure that all data and materials, as well as software applications or custom code, support their published claims and meet field standards.. .

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