Aims and scope
Stroke and Vascular Neurology (SVN) is the official journal of the Chinese Stroke Association. Supported by a team of renowned Editors, and fully open access, the journal encourages debate on controversial techniques, issues on health policy and social medicine.
SVN will appeal to clinical stroke neurologists, neurosurgeons and basic neuroscientists. It will consider submissions of clinical and translational original research, short reports, editorials, and reviews to improve patient care.
Chinese Stroke Association (CSA) is an academic nonprofit professional organisation dedicated to stroke prevention, therapy, rehabilitation, research, quality of care and education. CSA represents all who are involved in this area of work. CSA held its inaugural national congress in Beijing on January 18, 2015, marking the establishment of the one and only national organization in the field of cerebrovascular disease. The mission of CSA is to unite and organize the professionals and volunteers of academic, scientific and public sectors to work together to promote the scientific research and reduce stroke incidence, disability and mortality. CSA will also promote and facilitate international collaboration and establishment of the Chinese model of multidisciplinary approach for prevention and control of stroke.
Chinese Stroke Association
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|Publication Model||Open access|
|Indexed by||PubMed Central|
|Peer review model||Single blind; the names of reviewers are hidden from the author|
|Acceptance Rate||83% (2016)|
|Time to Acceptance to Publication||15 days (2016)|
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