All manuscripts must be submitted online at https://www.editorialmanager.com/cire.
Before proceeding to the submission site, please review these instructions for authors to ensure that the format of your paper is ready for upload and review.
*Please note that CVIR Endovascular is a member of the Committee on Publications (COPE) and as such follows their guidelines for publishing case reports. All case reports submitted to the journal must include the consent for publication statement, which clarifies that written informed consent was obtained from the patient for publication of the case report and any accompanying images.
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. The title is a short advertisement for the content. However, the title should not be a summary of the paper. It should also not disclose the results of what has been done, as that would discourage the readers from actually starting to read the paper. Also, a title should not be pompous by telling the readers that the treatment was successful or new or the first ever.
Would you buy a book with the title: How John B. successfully got away with the bank robbery by misleading the police with false laser cameras?
With such a title there is no need to read the book anymore!
How John B. successfully got away with the bank robbery by misleading the police with false laser cameras.
New Title: The Bank Robbery of John B.
- Try to stay within a max of 10 words
- Avoid mentioning outcomes
- Avoid mentioning specific techniques
- Avoid trade names
- Avoid mentioning words like new, successful, first, good
CVIR Endovascular is growing very fast as an independent scientific journal. The high quality of content in the journal is reflected in the increased number of citations, as well as
More good news! CIRSE now supports CIRSE members and corresponding members in good standing with a 15% discount on the APC for the journal.
In order to apply for this discount, please contact CVIR Endovascular’s editorial team at email@example.com before submitting your manuscript in Editorial Manager. The discount cannot be applied retrospectively to articles that are already accepted for publication and/or published and cannot be combined with an institutional discount.
In the open access model published articles are freely available online, immediately upon publication. This is made possible by an article processing charge (APC) which covers the costs involved in every stage of the publication process. The APC, is to be paid when your manuscript is editorially accepted and before publication.
If your article is not accepted for publication you will not incur a charge.
CVIR Endovascular's APC for each article accepted for publication is: 1890€ / $2290 / 1570£, plus VAT or local taxes where applicable.
Please click here to hear more from Prof. Jim Reekers, CVIR Endovascular Editor-in-Chief, on handling fees
Prof. Jim Reekers recommends that authors who would like to submit a review paper to CVIR Endovascular read these two informative and helpful papers:
PLoS Comput Biol. 2013 Jul; 9(7): e1003149. Published online 2013 Jul 18. doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003149
Khalid S Khan, Regina Kunz, Jos Kleijnen, Gerd Antes. J R Soc Med. 2003 Mar; 96(3): 118–121.
Title page: please include a title page as the first page of your manuscript document.
Conclusions: please include a Conclusions section (with subtitle) as the last section of the text. This should state clearly the main conclusions of the research and give a clear explanation of their importance and relevance. Summary illustrations may be included.
List of abbreviations: please include a list of abbreviations used in the manuscript and their meanings after the Conclusions section.
Declarations section: all manuscripts must contain the following sections under the heading 'Declarations' (see below all details).
Figures: please upload the Figures as 'Figure' file not as 'Manuscript' file; multi-panel figures (those with parts a, b, c, d etc.) should be submitted as a single composite file that contains all parts of the figure.
All manuscripts must contain the following sections under the heading "Declarations" after the "List of Abbreviations":
Please see below for details on the information to be included in these sections.
If any of the sections are not relevant to your manuscript, please include the heading and write 'Not applicable' for that section.
1) Ethics approval and consent to participate
Manuscripts reporting studies involving human participants, human data or human tissue must:
- include a statement on ethics approval and consent (even where the need for approval was waived)
- include the name of the ethics committee that approved the study and the committee’s reference number if appropriate
Studies involving animals must include a statement on ethics approval.
See SpringerOpen editorial policies for more information.
If your manuscript does not report on or involve the use of any animal or human data or tissue, please state “Not applicable” in this section.
2) Consent for publication
If your manuscript contains any individual person’s data in any form (including individual details, images or videos), consent to publish must be obtained from that person, or in the case of children, their parent or legal guardian. All presentations of case reports must have consent to publish.
You can use your institutional consent form if you prefer. You should not send the form to us on submission, but SpringerOpen may request to see a copy at any stage (including after publication).
See SpringerOpen editorial policies for more information on consent for publication.
If your manuscript does not contain data from any individual person, please state “Not applicable” in this section.
3) Availability of data and materials
All manuscripts must include an "Availability of data and materials" statement. Data availability statements should include information on where data supporting the results reported in the article can be found including, where applicable, hyperlinks to publicly archived datasets analysed or generated during the study. By data we mean the minimal dataset that would be necessary to interpret, replicate and build upon the findings reported in the article. We recognise it is not always possible to share research data publicly, for instance when individual privacy could be compromised, and in such instances data availability should still be stated in the manuscript along with any conditions for access.
Data availability statements can take one of the following forms (or a combination of more than one if required for multiple datasets):
More examples of template data availability statements, which include examples of openly available and restricted access datasets, are available here.
SpringerOpen also requires that authors cite any publicly available data on which the conclusions of the paper rely in the manuscript. Data citations should include a persistent identifier (such as a DOI) and should ideally be included in the reference list. Citations of datasets, when they appear in the reference list, should include the minimum information recommended by DataCite and follow journal style. Dataset identifiers including DOIs should be expressed as full URLs. For example:
Hao Z, AghaKouchak A, Nakhjiri N, Farahmand A. Global integrated drought monitoring and prediction system (GIDMaPS) data sets. figshare. 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.853801
With the corresponding text in the Availability of data and materials statement:
The datasets generated during and/or analysed during the current study are available in the [NAME] repository, [PERSISTENT WEB LINK TO DATASETS].[Reference number]
4) Competing interests
All financial and non-financial competing interests must be declared in this section.
See SpringerOpen editorial policies for a full explanation of competing interests. If you are unsure whether you or any of your co-authors have a competing interest please contact the editorial office.
Please use the authors’ initials to refer to each authors' competing interests in this section.
If you do not have any competing interests, please state "The authors declare that they have no competing interests" in this section.
All sources of funding for the research reported should be declared. The role of the funding body in the design of the study and collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and in writing the manuscript should be declared.
6) Authors' contributions
The individual contributions of authors to the manuscript should be specified in this section. Guidance and criteria for authorship can be found in SpringerOpen editorial policies.
Please use initials to refer to each author's contribution in this section, for example: "FC analyzed and interpreted the patient data regarding the hematological disease and the transplant. RH performed the histological examination of the kidney, and was a major contributor in writing the manuscript. All authors read and approved the final manuscript."
Please acknowledge anyone who contributed towards the article who does not meet the criteria for authorship including anyone who provided professional writing services or materials.
Authors should obtain permission to acknowledge from all those mentioned in the Acknowledgements section.
See SpringerOpen editorial policies for a full explanation of acknowledgements and authorship criteria.
If you do not have anyone to acknowledge, please write "Not applicable" in this section.
Group authorship (for manuscripts involving a collaboration group): if you would like the names of the individual members of a collaboration Group to be searchable through their individual PubMed records, please ensure that the title of the collaboration Group is included on the title page and in the submission system and also include collaborating author names as the last paragraph of the “Acknowledgements” section. Please add authors in the format First Name, Middle initial(s) (optional), Last Name. You can add institution or country information for each author if you wish, but this should be consistent across all authors.
Please note that individual names may not be present in the PubMed record at the time a published article is initially included in PubMed as it takes PubMed additional time to code this information.
8) Authors' information
This section is optional.
You may choose to use this section to include any relevant information about the author(s) that may aid the reader's interpretation of the article, and understand the standpoint of the author(s). This may include details about the authors' qualifications, current positions they hold at institutions or societies, or any other relevant background information. Please refer to authors using their initials. Note this section should not be used to describe any competing interests.