Hématologie is the official organ of the French Society of Hematology. It publishes review articles in all areas of hematology, written by the best specialists in these fields. These reviews are generally solicited by members of the editorial board, but direct submissions are welcome. Regardless of the mode of submission, manuscripts are peer-reviewed and revisions are, in most cases, requested before publication. The journal also provides a forum for interns and junior faculty to comment on recent major publications or papers from international haematology meetings. The journal also publishes the proceedings of the annual meeting of the French Society of Hematology. Articles may be submitted in French or English.
It is intended for hematologists, as well as students in training (DES, AFSA, etc.). It covers all hematological diseases, both malignant and benign. Hématologie (Éditions John Libbey Eurotext) publishes, in French or in English, reviews, anatomical cases, forums for ethical reflection, recommendations from learned societies and cooperative groups, as well as short reports on current literature in haematology. It also features "Residents' Corner" and "How I treat", which give the floor to hematology residents and senior specialists respectively. Articles are most often solicited by the editorial staff, but any proposal for collaboration will be considered with interest.
Ahead of print
Prognostic factors in diffuse large B-cell lymphoma at diagnosis (excluding the International Prognostic Index)
Julien Calvani, Véronique Meignin, Laëtitia Vercellino, Catherine Thieblemont
Pathophysiology and abnormalities of haemostasis in intensive care patients with COVID-19
Bérangère Joly, Nicolas Béranger, Maxime Delrue, Marie Neuwirth, Nathalie Itzhar-Baïkian, Arezki Hadj-Ali, Alain Stepanian, Agnes Veyradier, Virginie Siguret