Hair Transplant Forum International
The ISHRS’s Hair Transplant Forum International, aka, the Forum, is the society’s publication exclusive to members. The Forum serves the field of hair restoration surgery by providing a free exchange of ideas in a non-peer-reviewed setting with articles relating to hair loss and its surgical and medical treatments. It is a full-color, 8½”×11″, bimonthly journal (every other month) with 40–54 pages (self-cover). Circulation includes more than 1,200 members; distribution is via 1st class USPS for the United States, and Global Mail (Royal Mail) for international.
Members may also download issues and articles of the Forum via the Forum ePublication site. Select articles are open-access.
The first issue of the Forum from Sept. 1990 was a 4-page newsletter created by founder O’Tar T. Norwood.
Created in 2019, the aim of Forum ePub is to make access and article discovery easier. Forum ePub was partially funded by the generous donors of the ISHRS’s Annual Giving Fund.
Guidelines for Article Acceptance for Publication in the ISHRS Hair Transplant Forum International (the Forum)
Articles must be submitted with the above completed forms in order to be considered for publication. All named authors on the byline must fill out and submit their own Release Form.
ISHRS Policy on Crossmark
The ISHRS is participating in the Crossmark service. Crossmark is a multi-publisher initiative from Crossref to provide a standard way for readers to locate the current version of a piece of content. By applying the Crossmark logo the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery is committing to maintaining the content it publishes and to alerting readers to changes if and when they occur.
The ISHRS is committed to maintaining versions of record copies of content that display the Crossmark button. Clicking on the Crossmark logo will tell you the current status of a document and may also give you additional publication record information about the document.
Retraction and Correction Policy
The ISHRS issues corrigenda while leaving original uncorrected articles.
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