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Open Access Charges and Licensing
Article Publication Charges (APCs)
As of January, 2019, all articles accepted and published in Clinical Cardiology are fully Open Access: immediately free to read, download, and share.
Submissions will be subject to an APC if accepted and published in the journal: $3,460 USD / £2,600 GBP / €2,950 EUR
Automatic article publication charge waivers and discounts will be given to authors from countries on the Waivers and Discounts List. Authors should submit a waiver or discount request during the submission of their article.
Authors who receive funding from an agency or institution with a Wiley Open Access Account do not pay directly. The charge is paid by the institution or funder. Please see Wiley’s information on agreements with funders and institutions and our Author Compliance Tool to find out more about what arrangements your funder may have made to pay for Open Access. More details are available here.
The journal does not charge any submission fees or page charges.
Taxes on Publication Charges
The prices quoted do not include any value-added tax (VAT), goods and services tax (GST), or other sales taxes. Tax may be charged in addition to the price shown where required by law. The amount of tax charged will be calculated at the point of sale and identified separately.
If you have a VAT, GST, or other sales tax identification number, you should provide this when requested.
Open Access Licensing and Copyright
Clinical Cardiology is an Open Access journal: authors of accepted articles pay an article publication charge, and their articles are published under a Creative Commons license.
All authors must use the CC BY Creative Commons License.
Please note that Open Access articles submitted before this publication flipped to Open Access may use Creative Commons licenses other than CC BY.
Except for content published Open Access with a Creative Commons license, content published before 2019, is paywalled avaliable and all rights are reserved to the copyright holder.
Clinical Cardiology accepts advertisements that are relevant to the journal’s subject community, promote high quality products and services, and are provided by reputable organizations who display a true commitment to science and medicine. This journal can earn revenue from advertising sales income.
Wiley’s advertising policy safeguards editorial autonomy and mitigates potential conflicts of interest.
Wiley advertising sales activities conform to applicable ICMJE advertising recommendations, and all advertising campaigns served against editorial content are subject to the ICMJE recommendations. Our policies align with industry standards, guidelines, and best practices. Advertisers, agencies, and partners promoting their products on Wiley platforms follow regulations set forth by the appropriate regional governing bodies.