About

 

1.1 Aims and Scope

Vascular and Endovascular Review (VER) is an international, English language, peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles continuously to VERjournal.com. It aims to assist time-pressured physicians to stay abreast of key advances and opinion in the area of vascular and endovascular disease.

The journal comprises balanced and comprehensive review articles written by leading authorities. The journal provides updates on a range of salient issues to support physicians in developing their knowledge and effectiveness in day-to-day clinical practice.

The journal endeavours to support the continuous medical education of specialist and general cardiologists and disseminate knowledge of the field to the wider cardiovascular community.

Led by Dr Stephen Black, along with Section Editors: Dr Andrew MTL Choong (Aortic), Dr Ashish Patel (Case Reports), Dr Konstantinos P Donas (Complex Endovascular Procedures), Dr Michael Lichtenberg (Peripheral Artery Disease), Dr Rick de Graaf (Venous) and Dr Raghu Kolluri (Vascular Medicine) and an editorial board of world-renowned physicians, the Journal publishes peer-reviewed articles that aim to provide timely updates on the most pertinent issues in the field.

For information on submitting an article, please contact Ashlynne Merrifield, Managing Editor, ashlynne.merrifield@radcliffe-group.com.

1.2 Frequency: One volume per year under a continuous publishing model.

1.3 Print ISSN: 2516-3299 Online ISSN: 2516-3302

1.4 Distribution and Readership

VER Journal is an online publication. Articles are published continuously to VERjournal.com. The journal is free to view online in HTML and is available for download in PDF format to registered users. Print subscriptions are available upon request.

1.5 Archiving and Indexing 

The Journal is deposited to both The British Library and The Agency for the Legal Deposit Libraries. It is indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). 

1.6 Structure and Format

The journal consists predominantely of review articles and editorials as well as expert opinions, case reports and letters to the editor. 

The Journal is guided by the Editor-in-Chief, supported by Section Editors and an Editorial Board who are all recognised experts in their fields.

All submissions are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor in Chief, and, if found suitable for further consideration, sent forward for peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. All peer review is double blind and submission is online via Editorial Manager. 

1.7 Membership Associations and Partnerships

Our journal is a member of CrossRef and STM.

1.8 Our funding model, Open Access and APCs

Radcliffe Vascular provides free educational content to vascular physicians and allied healthcare professionals via our gold open access publishing model. More details on this and our copyright terms can be found in the Information for Author Guidelines.

The vast majority of our content is editorially independent, developed at our own cost. However, we do collaborate and receive funding from select industry partners in the following ways; all sources of such funding are fully declared on all these materials:

  • Print and eBook adverts at the front and back of the journals (never within the journal text)
  • Web advertising
  • Interstitial adverts
  • Pre-roll video adverts (as pre-cursors to our independent content)
  • Promotional/supplemental content (published as supplements to our peer-reviewed journals)
  • Supported webinars, roundtable discussions, video interviews and live cases
  • Continuing medical education activities

1.9 Submissions and Instructions to Authors

We invite authors wishing to discuss potential submission to contact the journal’s Managing Editor, Ashlynne Merrifield for further details.

We invite contributions from leading authorities who are identified by the Editor-in-Chief and/or with the support of the Section Editors and guidance from the Editorial Board. Following acceptance of an invitation, the authors and Managing Editor, in conjunction with the Editor-in-Chief, formalise the working title and scope of the article. The Managing Editor will provide further information and submission instructions.

We welcome unsolicited contributions which are assessed by the Editor-in-Chief for suitability and relevance prior to peer review.

The journal is always keen to hear from leading authorities wishing to discuss potential submissions. Please contact the Managing Editor for further details or review the information for authors/author guidelines found here. 

1.10 Reprints

Reprints of all published articles are available to authors, institutions and commercial organisations. Please contact Rob Barclay on rob.barclay@radcliffe-group.com.

1.11 Ethics Statement

The journal follows the International Committee of Medical Journals (ICMJE) guidance and the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPES). We expect all parties involved in the journal publication to follow these guidelines to their best endeavours.

1.12 Data Sharing

For information on our data sharing policy please click here.