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As a researcher, publishing your work is an important step in enhancing your academic career and ensuring your work has a wider impact. At BMJ, we are with you at every step of your publication journey and at any stage of your career. We can help you to optimise the presentation and impact of your work, and to disseminate your findings to the people who need to read it.

Publishing in one of our fully open access or transformative journals complies with policies set by funders (including Plan S), institutions and governments. Your institution may be part of an open access agreement with BMJ, which can help authors meet the cost of publishing (i.e. Article Processing Charge).

Options to publish your research open access at BMJ:

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Explore our journals in cardiology

 

 

 

 

 

Acceptance rate: 50%

Time to first decision: 45 days

Citescore: 4

Journal Impact Factor: 2.7

 

 

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Acceptance rate: 22%

Time to first decision: 27 days

Citescore: 10.4

Journal Impact Factor: 5.7

JIF Rank (Cardiac & Cardiovascular Systems): 36/142

Acceptance rate: 36%

Time to first decision*: 4 days

Citescore: 4.4

Journal Impact Factor: 2.9

JIF Rank (Medical, General & Internal): 77/169 

 

Acceptance rate: 15%

Time to first decision: 61 days

Acceptance rate: 10%

Time to first decision: 56 days

Citescore: 15.3

Journal Impact Factor: 107.7

JIF Rank (Medical, General & Internal): 4/169

 

 

Reasons to publish your cardiology research with us

Our open access content received on average 7 times more views than other content

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Automated external defibrillator location and socioeconomic deprivation in Great Britain

 

Association between espresso coffee and serum total cholesterol: the Tromsø Study 2015–2016

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