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Submit an Article

Bloodlines contains articles covering a wide range of topics and disciplines within transfusion science.  The articles are written by the Communications Committee and by our contributors from across the world. We would love you to contribute too!

Simply email bbts@bbts.org.uk with your idea or completed article and our team will pass it over to the Bloodlines Editor for consideration. 

All articles published need to be linked to transfusion medicine in some way. 


Guidelines

The style and tone of your article should be scholarly and critical whilst avoiding being too dry and theoretical. Articles should ideally be approximately 500 - 1,000 words in length. When possible, they should include one or more high quality images relevant to the topic with copyright permission. 


Article Layout

Title: Approximately 5-10 words. Should be catchy to grab the reader's attention.

Subheading: 2-3 sentences. Should introduce the topic and give an insight into the subject of the article. 

Main article: Clear paragraph structure with flow between paragraphs. Articulate and grammatically correct sentences.

Footer: Include your name, job title and place of work.

For further guidance on tone and style please refer to the articles published in past editions or contact us at bbts@bbts.org.uk.

All contributions are subject to the Editor's approval but, when published, you will be granted a by-line acknowledging your authorship. 

Submitting an article for Bloodlines can help you with your CPD portfolio and looks great on your CV.