CVIR Endovascular at CIRSE 2019

Thank you to all our readers, authors and reviewers who visited the booth during the "Meet & Greet" sessions, and to those who participated in the "Solve the Case" competition (winners pictured below) for making CIRSE 2019 a great congress for CVIR Endovascular!


We caught up with some of CVIR Endovascular's authors to hear their thoughts on publishing in CIRSE's open access journal. Read what they had to say!

The interviews published in the CIRSE 2019 Congress News


ET 2019


During this year's European Conference on Embolotherapy (ET), Jim Reekers, CVIR Endovascular Editor-in-Chief, introduced the "Meet & Greet the Editor-in-Chief" sessions at the journal's booth, as a way to raise awareness of the journal.


Having opened for its first submissions in 2017, CVIR Endovascular is the fastest-growing IR endovascular journal, boasting continuously increasing submission rates and a high number of article accesses from all corners of the globe.


Thank you for all interested authors and reviewers that stopped by the booth at ET 2019 for a chat with the Editor-in-Chief.


Consent to publish and ethical compliance
Please note that all Case Reports are presenting individual patient data and therefore need to have the patient's consent to publish included. Read more on editorial policies here


Reduced price for open access charges

CVIR Endovascular reduced the prices for all authors who submit to the journal and get their papers accepted for publishing. As of now on, article processing charges will be only €1,060/£990/$1,390 (plus VAT or local taxes where applicable).


New webinar on how to review by Prof. Jim Reekers

Peer review is a good opportunity for early career researchers to play a role in the research community and gain valuable experience to help improve your own research writing. If you would like to get involved in peer review and are looking for tips on how to deliver a great review for CVIR Endovascular, we invite you to watch the new webinar produced by Prof. Jim Reekers, Editor-in-Chief.


Call for papers: review articles

Would you like to report on a specialized topic of your interest addressing a specific question through a systematic assessment of research relevant to field of endovascular treatment and procedures? If you need funding for your open access fee, contact Prof. Jim Reekers with your proposal at and ask for a waiver!


Direct transfer of good papers from CVIR to CVIR Endovascular!

Good papers, and especially Case Reports submitted to CVIR and not accepted due to CVIR's limited page budget will be automatically transferred to CVIR Endovascular for consideration. CVIR Endovascular is an online only journal and has no space limit.