Each monthly issue of Strokerepresents the best in the field--original contributions, brief reports, basic science advances for clinicians, comments and opinions, controveries, emerging therapies, topical reviews, Cochrane Corner, and case reports.
According to the 2011 Journal Citation Reports®, ISI recognizes Stroke as the #1 journal dedicated to the coverage of clinical research in cerebrovascular disease. With an impact factor of 5.729, Stroke is ranked 8th among 68 journals in Peripheral Vascular Disease and 14th among 192 journals in Clinical Neurology (Thomson Reuters, 2012).
Visit the journal online at http://stroke.ahajournals.org to see for yourself just how valuable Stroke is. "Editor's Picks" articles are freely accessible with every issue as is all content older than 12 months. Online access - via your computer or Internet-enabled smartphone - is included with individual, in-training, or AHA member subscriptions.
AHA/ASA Premium Professional Plus Members receive complete online access to all 11 AHA journals via the AHA Learning Library on My.AmericanHeart.org, plus access to the journals' iPad editions. Premium Professional, Early Career, and Student/Trainee Members have limited access to journals and iPad apps as indicated by selected membership level. Full access options are available for each level of Professional Membership when you join. General Professional Members pay the non-member individual subscriber rate. Visit http://my.americanheart.org/memberbenefits today!
An individual subscription includes 12 print issues, full-text online access to all current and back issues, as well access to Stroke
for the iPad
Visit the journal online at stroke.ahajournals.org
--Online archive dating back to the very first issue published in 1970
--Basic Science Advances for Clinicians
--Emerging Therapy Critiques
--Brief Reports and Case Reports
--Comments and Opinions, and Reviews
--Controversies in Stroke
--Highlights of Selected Articles
--Annual Series: Advances in Stroke
—reviews of randomized controlled trials of stroke therapies, collected by the Cochrane Stroke Review Group in the Cochrane Library
*The American Heart Association designates each CME course in Stroke
for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
(TM). Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Visit cme.ahajournals.org to begin using you tokens today. The American Heart Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The CME program is not available to institutional subscribers.
All non-member individual and in-training print subscriptions include online access at http://stroke.ahajournals.org
as well as access to the iPad® edition.