Atlantis Press announced earlier today that it has signed a deal with the International Academy for Clinical Hematology (IACH) to publish their new journal entitled Clinical Hematology International from 2019. The IACH was founded earlier this year by an international group of physicians whose focus is to promote the highest-quality practices in the field of clinical hematology and will be holding their 1st Annual Meeting in Paris later this month (27-29 September) where the launch of the new journal will be officially announced.
Clinical Hematology International will be the IACH’s official journal publishing peer-reviewed articles in the broad field of clinical hematology and reporting on novel findings in clinical and translational research. The broad scope of the journal will cover topics such as benign and malignant hematology and hematopoietic cell transplantation. The journal will publish a range of article types including original studies, meta-analyses, reviews, perspectives, editorials, summaries of recently published practice-changing studies and letters to the Editor that elaborate on significant advances in clinical practice in hematology.
Remco de Boer, CEO of Atlantis Press journals publishing services subsidiary Atlantis Press International, says: “I am delighted that the IACH has chosen Atlantis Press to be the publisher of their new journal. Hematology is a very prestigious and dynamic medical specialty where this journal has a real opportunity to stand out compared to other journals in the field due to its special focus on clinical practice. Moreover, Clinical Hematology International will be the first medical journal in the Atlantis Press portfolio which is a testament to our strategy to expand the subject coverage of our journals across all STM disciplines.”
Clinical Hematology International will be an open access journal publishing 4 issues per year. The journal will be open for submissions before the end of this year and the first issue is expected to be published in March 2019.
Atlantis Press (https://www.atlantis-press.com) is a global open access publisher of scientific, technical and medical (STM) content which was founded in Paris in 2006 and which currently has offices in Paris, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Beijing. The company’s mission is to support the advancement of scientific, technical and medical research by contributing to a more efficient and effective dissemination and exchange of knowledge both for the research community and society at large. The Atlantis Press content platform currently contains more than 80,000 published articles which are all open access and hence freely accessible.
The International Academy for Clinical Hematology (http://clinical-hematology.org/) is a non-profit organization founded by an international group of physicians in 2018 which is devoted to the promotion of all aspects related to clinical hematology including translational and clinical research, education and dissemination of knowledge. The IACH aims to allow scientists, physicians, health care providers and other stakeholders involved in the broader hematology field to share their experiences and develop collaborations, with a special focus on clinical practice. As such, the IACH aims to fulfill the unmet needs which are not covered by other sister societies in the field and to attract a broader audience.