Publish in the British Journal of Haematology
Would you like to publish something in the British Journal of Haematology?
Do you have an idea for, or would you like to review, a haematology book?
Publish on Bloodmed
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Any new content submitted to BloodMed.com via these pages before the end of 2016 will, if approved, be published on the new BSH site.
Please note that all BloodMed content is peer-reviewed and edited where
necessary by the editorial team. The final decision as to whether or
not submitted material is accepted for publication lies with the Editors-in-Chief
and the Section Editors.
These consist of one or more images plus associated text (a caption or a case report). Each case/image has an accompanying multiple-choice question.
Have you got a favorite slide that you would like to share with the
BloodMed.com community? It might be a clinical slide that is particularly
interesting and has stimulated debate amongst your colleagues or that
you frequently use in lectures, or perhaps a teaching slide that you
put together which you find really useful.
If you know of a patient support group for a hematological condition that we have not listed, please send details to BloodMed Editorial
If you would like to submit material for any of the following features,
please email the Editor-in-Chief, firstname.lastname@example.org,
with your article as an attachment. Please provide the authors' names,
affiliations and full contact details. Your email will be forwarded
to the relevant Section Editor who will get back to you with a decision.
BLOODMED EXCLUSIVE (see above)
These are review articles on a hot topic in hematology, published exclusively on BloodMed.com. There is no restriction on work count or references. (please note these are to be Vancouver style). You will be asked to assign copyright of your work to Wiley-Blackwell by completing the Copyright Assignment Form.
GUIDELINES (see above)
Clinical and management guidelines in hematology.