The Journal of Haemophilia Practice

An open-access journal for sharing experience
in the care of people with bleeding disorders

www.haemjournal.com

Current Issue

ISSN: 2055-3390

Editor-in-Chief: Kate Khair
Managing Editor: Mike Holland
January 2017: Volume 4, Issue 1

Viewpoint

Professional

Case Studies

Clinical Research

Evidence Review

Welcome to The Journal of Haemophilia Practice, an international, peer-reviewed journal focusing on the care of people living with bleeding disorders. We want to make it as easy as possible for members of the haemophilia multi-disciplinary care team to get published in the journal. The three sections below will help to guide you through the process.

Editorial Board

Find out which international experts will be reviewing the articles submitted to the Journal.

Editorial Policies

A short guide to open-access publication and getting your article published in the Journal.

Author Guidelines

Practical tips on preparing and submitting your paper for publication in The Journal of Haemophilia Practice.

Online Library

Editorial

Commentary

Clinical Research

Case Studies

Literature Review

Professional Development

Clinical Viewpoint

Commentary

Clinical Research

Case Study

Clinical Practice

Evidence Review

Clinical Review

Professional Development

Developing World

Save One Life

offers sponsorships directly to individual children or adults with a bleeding disorder in developing countries

Is it time to look beyond bleed rates?

Is it time to look beyond bleed rates?

28th November 2017

It is reasonable to assume that all stakeholders in haemophilia care want the best health outcomes from every health care pound. Trouble is, each stakeholder has a unique perspective and different expectations.

What sort of future should we create for haemophilia?

What sort of future should we create for haemophilia?

28th October 2016

Perhaps it was just the clean, crisp Nordic air, but last month’s European Haemophilia Consortium (EHC) opened with a real sense of hope and optimism. For some, it was the realisation that we are on the cusp of a new era of haemophilia management. For others, there was the growing sense of unity amongst the international bleeding disorder community.

Changing practice? Yes we can

Changing practice? Yes we can

6th October 2016

It took nearly two years, five whole day meetings, numerous emails and a little blood/sweat but no tears to plan our first residential training course for haemophilia professionals.

The Journal of Haemophilia Practice is published by Haemnet.

Haemnet is a registered charity that brings together and gives a voice to haemophilia nurses, physiotherapists and allied health care professionals, providing forums for collaborative research, educational activities and support.

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