Launch of CVIA journal at 26th GW-ICC, Beijing, China

26th GW-ICC 2015 congress in Beijing, China: Professor C. Richard Conti, Editor-in-Chief, and Professor Hu Dayi, Founding Editor, of Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications (CVIA) discuss the need for an English language journal focusing on Chinese cardiology practice and how CVIA fills the gap. CVIA was founded on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the GW-ICC in 2014, with the first issue publishing to coincide with the 26th GW-ICC meeting in October 2015 in Beijing, China. The GW-ICC is one of the largest congresses in the Asian-Pacific region and is the most comprehensive and influential academic conference on cardiology. Held as a regular annual conference since 1990, GW-ICC has provided a platform for continuing education in cardiovascular disease diagnosis, treatment, and technology training, through events that leverage the expertise of internationally renowned cardiologists and scholars from the United States, Europe and Asia.

Updated: November 26, 2020 — 2:11 pm