CVIR Endovascular

CVIR Endovascular is the multidisciplinary, open-access journal of the Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe (CIRSE).

It is the first open peer-reviewed journal in the field of endovascular interventions and is intended for all specialists working in the field of endovascular treatment.


Journal metrics

2-year impact factor 1.2
5-year impact factor 1.3
Downloads in 2022

234,533

Days to first decision (2022 median)

9


Editor's pick

 

The RAVI registry: prospective, multicenter study of radial access in embolization procedures – 30 days follow up

 

“This paper opens new pathways to treat our patients safely in daycare. For embolisation procedures, also in oncology, radial access is a very important step to increase quality of care and reducing costs. By reducing an embolization procedure to a short outpatient procedure we emphasize our unique treatment options. This is what I mean by 'Getting it right'!”

 

Jim Reekers, CVIR Endovascular Editor-in-Chief

 

Read the paper free of charge!

 



News

Call for applications

Prof. Klaus Hausegger's and Prof. Jim Reekers' terms of office as CVIR and CVIR Endovascular Editor-in-Chief, respectively, will come to an end in 2025. Therefore, CIRSE has launched a call for applications to fill these positions, as well as the position of editor-in-chief of its soon to be launched journal CVIR Oncology (planned to start accepting submissions in 2025).

 

Each of the three positions is for a four-year term beginning in 2025.
Find out more here and make sure to submit your application by March 4!

 

Visual abstracts

Optimize your article with the new feature in CVIR Endovascular! Submit a visual abstract of your paper in addition to the textual abstract, to highlight your research and findings. All article types are eligible, with the exception of editorials and letters to the editor. Click here to download the template. 

 

More information here!

Impact factor

CVIR Endovascular has received its first impact factor of 1.2!

 

We are extremely grateful to CVIR Endovascular authors, reviewers, editors, and readers for your contributions to the journal and we look forward to the bright future ahead!

 

We will continue offering a podium for discussion as well as educational development opportunities for IRs.

 


Social media editor

We are happy to announce that Sara Lojo Lendoiro has joined the CVIR Endovascular Editorial Board as the Social Media Editor!

 

Dr. Lojo Lendoiro is a vascular interventional radiologist with a strong editorial and publishing background.

 

She will support the editorial team in boosting our reach on our social media channels.

 

Blog

Speaking of Endovascular Interventions is CVIR Endovascular’s blog.

 

We hope to provide an exciting venue for readers, authors, editors and friends of the journal to discuss endovascular topics and issues that are important to move the field forward.

 

Find out more here!

 

Open access agreements

Springer Nature has made several agreements for fully open access journals, giving financial support for the APC cost.

 

Please note that in many agreements, only certain article types are covered and the corresponding author must be the one with institutional access.

 

Check out our funding page here.


Author spotlight

We are passing the mic to our authors, who expand on their research and highlight current issues in IR around the globe.

 

Watch it here or check out our subpage to learn more about the series and future authors!

 

If you're interested in taking part in the series, send us an email at info@cvirendovascular.org!

 

Save 15% now

CIRSE offers a 15% discount on the article processing charge to corresponding authors who are CIRSE members in good standing.

 

Once a paper is accepted, authors will be prompted to submit any institutional or other membership discounts. There, authors can indicate they are CIRSE members and the editorial office will be notified to confirm this and the discount.

How to write a title

The title is not a narrative.
The title of a paper should be short and to the point. It should attract readers and should also appear interesting in literature searches.

 

Click here to find out the editor-in-chief's tips on how to write a title for a manuscript you want to submit to the journal!

 

 



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