The COVID-19 pandemic has painfully highlighted the tremendous value of digital technologies in healthcare. Never before has the need for digital cardiovascular care been more pressing, as well as more promising. Hence, with this call for papers, BMC Cardiovascular Disorders acknowledges that new approaches are fundamental to the advancement of modern cardiology. We encourage patients, researchers, academics, clinicians and policy makers to appreciate that progress in digital health and innovation has a broad scope.
This call is broad and not limited to the following topics:
- Digital technology in diagnostic aid
- Imaging post-processing software
- Patient follow-up using digital health
- Protocols on digital health projects
- Patient-related data
- AI in cardiovascular sciences
- Innovation in cardiovascular health
- New digital solutions in clinical workflows
- Robotic interventions
- Technology and assisted decision-making
- Using a mobile solution to citizens and/or health care professionals
- Remote educational activities
- Review of digital health/new technology entities
- Medical devices and cybersecurity
- Impact of wearable technology
We welcome the submission of research papers (including methods), study protocols, technical advancements, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses. However, we do not accept case reports. We also accept proposals for narrative reviews or commentaries, however these will have to be approved by the Editor, prior to submitting. Please email any pre-submission inquiries to email@example.com.
Articles will undergo peer-review process overseen by our Guest Editors, Dr Peter Magnusson (Gävle hospital, Sweden), Dr Morten Lamberts (Herlev-Gentofte University Hospital and University of Copenhagen, Denmark ) and Dr J. Alexander D. Kharlamov (De Haar Research Task Force, the Netherlands).
Please ensure your manuscript adheres to the submission guidelines for BMC Cardiovascular Disorders. Especially for manuscripts describing randomized trials, qualitative research, and systematic review methods the Equator Network reporting guidelines should be followed.
To submit your manuscript, please use our online submission system, Editorial Manager. Please make sure you submit in Editorial Manager and not our new editorial submission system.
Please specify that you would like your article to be considered for the ‘Digital Technologies for Cardiovascular Diseases’ article collection in your cover letter. When you have submitted please notify the editor in: firstname.lastname@example.org
Articles will be published as they get accepted. With the last article's publication, the whole article collection will be showcased on the journal’s website and further publicized via SpringerNature channels.
This collection is now closed for submissions.