SA Cardiology & Stroke Journal

The SA Cardiology and Stroke journal is an outstanding publication which covers so many of the specialities and topics associated with heart disease and stroke including diabetes, smoking cessation, hypertension, cholesterol, good nutrition, high blood pressure and issues of sexual health. This quarterly journal is specifically targeted at Cardiologists, Neurologists, Physicians, Paediatricians, Endocrinologists, Vascular Surgeons, Dieticians, Registrars, SASCI, CASSA, SAHA and high prescribing GP’s.

The value of this brilliant journal to all cardiologists, internists, cardiac surgeons, clinical physiologists, pharmacologists and professionals in other areas of medicine who are interested in cardiovascular diseases cannot be highlighted or stressed enough. An essential and hearty good read for all heart matters.

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Position: Editor

Name: Rene Bosman

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Position: Key Accounts Manager

Name: Trevor Kalil

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Position: Key Accounts Manager

Name: Ilonka Moolman

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Position: Publishing Manager

Name: Johann Gerber

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Fast Facts

  • A quarterly journal (4 Issues per annum)
  • Vascular Surgeons, Dietitians, Registrars, SASCI, CASSA, SAHA and high prescribing GP’s)
  • Placed in delegates bags at relevant congresses (eg SAHeart, Hypertension, NASA & SEMDSA)
  • A learning tool for Registrars (Continuous Medical Education)
  • Totally non-commercial (no contrived editorials to win advertising)
  • Continuously updated Congress Data (to assist clients, Doctors and organisers)A strong editorial board (with a member representing each speciality)
  • Local content only (immediately published original articles)
  • A circulation of 4 000 (Cardiologists, Neurologists, Physicians, Paediatricians, Endocrinologists