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Gepost op: 7 mei 2013, 12:43:03
De website Qscience.com is een peer-reviewed en open-access website. Het wil zeggen dat alles gratis te lezen is door iedereen, het auteursrecht blijft bij de auteur.

De hoofdredacteur is prof. Sir Magdi Yacoub.

Yacoub; " We remain fully committed to the mission of the journal and invite submissions in all three areas as well as comments on how we can improve our methods of achieving the declared objectives. We are delighted with the thought-provoking contributions from the highly distinguished authors of this edition who have demonstrated skill and originality in their analyses. The range of articles presented herein represents the international temperament of our journal. Furthermore, the wide distribution and accessibility of this journal will maximize its readership and broaden its reach."

Arend Küster, Managing Director of QScience; "Global Cardiology is now in its 5th issue, and we are very proud to make its content available for the scholarly community. The Journal itself shows that we are attracting high quality papers, and provides real thought leadership to important cardiovascular issues. We are excited to continue working with Sir Magdi Yacoub and his team at the Qatar Cardiovascular Research Center and supporting its critical mission."

Momenteel staat de vijfde editie van Global Cardiology Science & Practice online, dit jaar gaan er nog veel edities volgen.

http://www.qscience.com/

Meer over Yacoub: http://www.hulpverleningsforum.nl/index.php?topic=73477




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Reactie #1 Gepost op: 7 mei 2013, 12:56:25
Directe link naar cardiologie gedeelte http://www.qscience.com/loi/gcsp/




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Reactie #3 Gepost op: 9 april 2014, 12:48:32
Sir Magdi Yacoub: “Qatar’s Global Cardiology & Science Practice Journal is ahead of its time”

QScience.com and the Editor-in-Chief of Global Cardiology Science & Practice (GCSP) are delighted to announce that the GCSP journal is now indexed in PubMed Central (PMC), the world’s largest and most widely-used biomedical literature database. PMC is a free database of full-text articles that focus on life sciences and biomedical topics. Citations and abstracts of all GCSP articles will also be retrievable in PMC through keyword and author searches.

Journals accepted to PMC undergo a rigorous review process by the Literature Selection Technical Review Committee, which is a National Institutes of Health chartered committee. The primary consideration in selecting journals for indexing is scientific merit, which includes factors such as validity, importance, originality and contribution to the field. Journals must also demonstrate a high level of quality, credibility, and objectivity related to their peer review process and ethical guidelines.

GCSP was started by QScience.com together with Sir Magdi Yacoub, one of the most renowned surgeons and cardiovascular researches in the world who also established the Qatar Cardiovascular Research Centre (QCRC) within Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development. Through articles and the GGSP journal, QCRC demonstrates Qatar Foundation’s thought-leadership in cardiology and treatment of heart diseases within the international research community.

GCSP is now recognised as a magnet in attracting high level research from all over the world to Qatar Foundation and QScience.com. This in turn helps Qatar Foundation continue to promote research excellence in Qatar whilst attracting top talent from all over the world. With the inclusion of QCSP in PMC, Qatar Foundation is also able to position itself as part of the world’s research elite through its research publication program from QScience.com.

Arend Kuster, Managing Director at QScience.com, said: “Depositing Global Cardiology Science & Practice content in PubMed Central will make it much more discoverable to researchers, health professionals and the public. This acceptance reflects our publishing commitment of high quality, reputable manuscripts.”

“As QScience.com journals will now be included on PubMed Central, each article can act as a beacon and help attract some of the very best international researchers to Qatar.”

Sir Magdi Yacoub, Editor-in-Chief of Global Cardiology Science & Practice, said: “We are honoured to see GCSP included among the high-profile journals available on PubMed Central. Inclusion in the database further establishes GCSP as a journal of growing prominence in the field of medicine, and is a major milestone for this journal.

“This is a great achievement reflecting the high standard of GCSP. Compared to traditional print journals, GCSP is ahead of its time. It stands out because it is a free, web-based journal, accessible to anyone with an internet connection. By being indexed in PMC, GCSP’s online presence will expand, resulting in GCSP reaching new heights as a global resource.”

QScience.com is a peer-reviewed online publishing platform from Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals (BQFJ) that offers a unique and collaborative research environment for scientists in Qatar and the rest of the world.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/journals/2374/


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Reactie #4 Gepost op: 12 juni 2014, 22:18:16
“Brugada Syndrome and Inherited Arrhythmia” Seminar Talk: Lionel Jarvis and Magdi Yacoub – Opening Remarks


The seminar titled “Brugada Syndrome and Inherited Arrhythmia – from Genes to the Community” took place at the Heart Hospital Lecture Theater on 24th and 25th May 2014.

The Brugada syndrome is a genetic disorder that is characterized by abnormal Electrocardiogram (ECG) findings and an increased risk of sudden cardiac death. Speakers, including Josep Brugada, shared information on the clinical and genetic background to this condition and other inherited arrhythmias.

The Qatar Heart Science Series is a joint initiative by Qatar Cardiovascular Research Center and the Hamad Medical Corporation Heart Hospital to hold international seminars in Doha exploring priority areas in cardiovascular health for the Gulf region. Attendance at QHSS seminars is free, and all talks are made available online.

Lionel Jarvis,
HMC Heart Hospital, Qatar

Prof Magdi Yacoub,
Qatar Cardiovascular Research Center, Qatar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CSHLo37FW8