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Connect with Many of the AHA Journals on Your Favorite Social Media Sites.

  • Discover, read and share the latest scientific knowledge and patient-care innovations that matter to you.
     
  • Chat with the best minds in cutting-edge, clinical, and basic cardiovascular and cerebrovascular science.
     
  • Get our growing library of must-read, expert-selected articles delivered to your newsfeed.

Learn how to stay in touch below and download the AHA Journals’ Social Media Tip Sheet for Authors


  • Go to Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology homepage

Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology (ATVB)


Highlight: ATVB Live Twitter Chat every 1st and 3rd Thursday (9a-9p ET) each month in 2020. Follow along: @atvbahajournals

Please join Katey J Rayner, PhD, and Kellie R Machlus, PhD, ATVB Social Media Editors, and ATVB Early Career Editorial Board Members, as they moderate a discussion with a few recently published first authors.

  • Go to Circulation homepage

Circulation


Highlight: Circulation On the Run Podcast

  • Go to Circulation Research homepage

Circulation Research


Highlight: Discover CircRes Podcast. Save Time While You Discover the Latest Advances in Basic and Translational Cardiovascular Biology.

Each monthly podcast delivers a quick update on key highlights from the current issue of Circulation Research and expert insights into new research that will have an impact in the field.

  • Go to Hypertension homepage

Hypertension


Highlight: Hypertension twice monthly Live Twitter Chats. Follow along: @HyperAHA, #HYPHIP

Please join our whole Social Media Team as they moderate a discussion with some of our Hypertension High Impact Paper (#HYPHIP) authors. For a full list of Hypertension High Impact Papers, please see https://www.ahajournals.org/hyp/hyp-hip

  • Go to Stroke homepage

Stroke


Highlight: Blogging Stroke

Visit Stroke’s blog, Blogging Stroke, for article summaries, author interviews, and coverage of conferences, including the International Stroke Conference, written by stroke fellows and other early career researchers.

  • Go to Journal of the American Heart Association homepage

JAHA: Journal of the American Heart Association


  • Go to Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology homepage

Circulation: Arrhythmia and Electrophysiology


Highlight: On the Beat Podcast

  • Go to Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging homepage

Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging

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Highlight: Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging bi-monthly journal clubs. Follow along: @CircImaging and #CircImgJC

Please join Zainab A. Samad and Venkatesh L. Murthy, Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging Social Media Editors, as they moderate a discussion with the authors of one of our recently published papers.

  • Go to Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions homepage

Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions

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Highlight: Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions quarterly journal clubs. Follow along: @CircIntv and #CircIntvJC

Please join David L. Fischman, Circulation: Cardiovascular Interventions Social Media Editor, for a discussion of one of our recently published papers.

  • Go to Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes homepage

Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes

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Highlight: Circ CQO Spotlights. Follow along: @CircOutcomes, #CQOSpotlight

Go in-depth on recent Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes articles with the CQO Commentators: Madeline Sterling, Mike Thompson, and Boback Ziaeian. Follow along on Twitter with the #CQOSpotlight hashtag

  • Go to Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine homepage

Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine

Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine


Highlight: Getting Personal: Omics of the Heart Podcast

  • Go to Circulation: Heart Failure homepage

Circulation: Heart Failure

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Highlight: Circ HF Waveforms

Visit the Circ HF Waveforms blog for graphical abstracts and short summaries of recent Circulation: Heart Failure articles, written by and for early career researchers.