Heart Lung and Circulation Journal
Heart Lung and Circulation is the monthly journal of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand.
Heart, Lung and Circulation publishes articles integrating clinical and research activities in the fields of basic cardiovascular science, clinical cardiology and cardiac surgery, with a focus on emerging issues in cardiovascular disease. The journal promotes multidisciplinary dialogue between cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons, cardio-pulmonary physicians and cardiovascular scientists.
Access to electronic version is available through your CSANZ membership login.
On The Pulse
OTP is CSANZ’s online newsletter quarterly magazine (published April, June, September and December). Enjoy editorials, find out more about new and updated Position Statements and MBS items, keep up to date with CSANZ and International Meeting information, CSANZ scholarships and fellowships and member reports from international meetings.
Latest On the Pulse magazines are available electronically via our Member dashboard on this website (go to login)
or download archived copies.
Letters to the Editor and contributions from members are always welcome. Visit the Publication Policy page for more information on submitting meeting invitations, updates and advertising in On the Pulse.
CSANZ regularly connects with our members via a monthly e-newsletter. The eNews is a shorter version of our On the Pulse newsletter that provides links to breaking news, updates from the membership, international meetings to local education days, webinars and other events, research reviews and job opportunities.
It is a great way to keep in touch with what’s happening in the world of cardiology. Visit the Publication Policy page for more information on submitting meeting invitations, updates and advertising in the eNews.
View the latest eNews via your CSANZ member login.
CSANZ Social Media
We regularly connect with our members through Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn social media channels.
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