Medinews (Cardiology) Limited are publishers of the British Journal of Cardiology (BJC) a peer-reviewed publication established in 1993 for healthcare professionals specialising in cardiometabolic medicine. The BJC is available online (https://bjcardio.co.uk) and in print. it also publishes CPD elearning programmes and booklets, runs meetings and webinars.
The British Journal of Cardiology (The BJC) is a unique peer-reviewed publication linking primary and secondary care. It provides an important bridge for hospital doctors and primary care health professionals with an interest in cardiology to share knowledge. We aim to reflect the changing face of cardiovascular medical practice and provide readers with an ideal vehicle for continuing professional development (CPD) and all the elements needed to offer an enhanced service of care for patients.
Established in 1993, the BJC has become renown over the past 27 years for providing high-quality reviews, state of the art clinical research and original papers in cardiovascular medicine, news, meeting reports and topical podcasts, as well as comprehensive e-learning programmes for CPD through BJC Learning.
Our prestigious print journal (ISSN 0969-6113) is quarterly and has a circulation of 1,500 in the UK. It is targeted equally to key doctors in primary and secondary care. Frequent updates and e-publication ahead of print are made online (ISSN 1753-4313), where all our resources are available in full. Our website receives over 35,000 page views per month from all over the world. We have over 33,000 online registrants on our database.
Members of our prestigious editorial board lead the field of cardiovascular medicine. The journal is led by Editors Kim Fox, Terry McCormack and Henry Purcell.
We are the official journal of a number of distinguished medical bodies including the the British Society for Heart Failure, the Primary Care Cardiovascular Society, The British Junior Cardiologists’ Association, HEART UK, the British Geriatrics Society Cardiovascular Section, the British Heart Valve Society, Anticoagulation UK, the Cardiorenal Forum, the UK Stroke Forum, the British Association for Nursing in Cardiovascular Care, National Obesity Forum, and the Scottish Heart and Arterial Risk Prevention group.