JSCAI focuses on SCAI’s latest clinical consensus and guideline documents, academic research, editorials, study designs, reviews, meta-analyses, hemodynamic pearls, imaging and case reports, interventional techniques and innovation, and research letters.
Find out everything you need to know about SCAI's plans to drive quality research, improve accessibility, and broaden the impact of our evidence-led resources.
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High quality, scientifically sound, and relevant research on all aspects of interventional cardiovascular medicine.
Harnessing the diversity of our global community and patients, JSCAI publishes high-impact scientific contributions and practical techniques and pathways of care written by expert clinicians and colleagues in the field, making it your essential resource for advancing interventional clinical practice and improving patient outcomes.
Headed by Alexandra Lansky, MD, MSCAI, JSCAI's inaugural editorial board comprises individuals from the global interventional cardiology community widely recognized for their professional excellence, scientific rigor, and dedication to improving patient outcomes.
Working across the subspecialties of interventional cardiology, they will ensure that JSCAI is a comprehensive resource, that can be relied upon to only publish content that meets the highest standards of quality.
JSCAI Editorial Fellowship
Fellows-in-training and early career interventionalists can apply to the JSCAI Editorial Fellowship program.
Paired with an editor specific to their area of interest, this is an opportunity for qualified candidates to learn editorial procedures, how to co-review manuscripts, and the peer review process from experienced mentors.
SCAI Scientific Sessions and SCAI Fellows Courses programs will recognize JSCAI Editorial Reviewers who complete the fellowship.
Applications will re-open in Fall 2023 for the 2024 program year. If you have any questions, please email Amanda Pettyjohn.
Submit a manuscript
As an open access publication, JSCAI distributes your work online, free to readers, and without other barriers to access.
By choosing to publish your work in this way you will increase its visibility and enable everyone to apply your research to their clinical practice.
Open access publication will also allow others to build on your research, now and in the future, fostering collaboration across our community, and accelerating progress in improving patient outcomes.
Editorial commitment to rapid peer review will ensure the most competitive times from submission to acceptance, publication and access.
Author Guidelines and Conflict of Interest (COI) Policy
Written to help you prepare your article for publication in JSCAI, these guidelines include a useful checklist of everything you need to make a successful submission. Please consider diversity, equity, and inclusion when deciding on authorship and other contributors.
JSCAI editors must disclose all relationships. Find out more about the conflict of interest policy to which they must adhere.
JSCAI's publication is funded by payments made by authors. For articles submitted between January 2023 - December 2023, JSCAI's article publishing charge will be discounted 25% for all.
As an author choosing to publish in an open access journal that enables everyone to learn from your work, you are supporting SCAI's mission to be a diverse, equitable, inclusive and global home for interventional cardiology.
Our Publishing Partner
Elsevier is dedicated to helping researchers and healthcare professionals advance science and improve health outcomes for the benefit of society.
Open access is an integral part of their commitment to a collaborative, inclusive, and transparent world of research where authors, researchers, and academic institutions can share knowledge and build on each other's work to advance outcomes.
Embargo Policy & Media Access
All media representatives are encouraged to apply to receive access to JSCAI’s embargoed content prior to public release.
Please read and complete our embargo agreement linked below if you wish to gain access. Please note that the embargo agreement must be completed on an annual basis. Contact Kim Powell with any questions.
A New Series from JSCAI
Edited by Larry S. Dean, MD, and Morton J. Kern, MD, this new series of vignettes will highlight points in the fundamental mechanisms of pressure and flow in the cardiovascular system as well as present unusual cases illustrating how a "pearl" of knowledge can change our thinking and potentially improve patient care.
We hope to expand the Pearls in Hemodynamics collection with case studies that amplify the importance of understanding invasive hemodynamics. We invite the submission of illustrative case examples so that others can learn as we all strive to provide the best care for our patients.