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CVIR - IR research at your fingertips

CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology (CVIR) is CIRSE’s official journal. Founded in 1978 by Professors Herbert L. Abrams and Eberhard Zeitler, CVIR is currently celebrating its 40th anniversary as the oldest journal in the field. The journal publishes double-blind, peer-reviewed, original research work in the field of vascular and interventional radiology.

Impact factor 2.210
I see CVIR as an independent, scientific journal content-wise, but I also see CVIR as the official voice of IR in Europe and globally.

Access the journal

CIRSE Members have unlimited online access to CVIR articles through the myCIRSE area which can be found on the top right corner of this website. Additionally, members can read the journal via the CVIR app, which is available in the Apple and Google Play stores.

Please note that your login details for the CVIR app are not the same as the ones for the myCIRSE area. For the CVIR app please use your last name (username) and your CIRSE ID number (password). You can find your CIRSE ID number in your personalised myCIRSE area.

Purchase print subscription

CIRSE Members are eligible for a highly reduced print subscription to CVIR. The print subscription rate for 2019 is € 74 and includes 12 issues. Please note that when your order a print subscription, CIRSE must provide Springer Publishing with your contact details. Springer will then send an invoice to you accordingly. After payment of the invoice the subscription service will start. Print subscriptions for 2019 can be ordered from December 1, 2018 in your myCIRSE area.

Submit your article

Why publish in CVIR?

  • Fast review times: in average 26 days from submission to first decision
  • International readership
  • 2.210 impact factor
  • The longest-running renowned IR journal

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Become a CVIR reviewer

Become a reviewer for the longest established journal for interventional radiology! As a CVIR reviewer, you can claim up to 2 CME credits for every review carried out for the journal with UEMS or your national accreditation body.

If you wish to become a CVIR reviewer, please send your CV to the CVIR Editorial Office at info@cvironline.org and state your area of expertise.