A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE JOURNAL
(modified from an editorial by Dr. Chris Blagg in the 2009:1 issue)
Dr. Zbylut Twardowski established the journal in 1997 as an annual publication called Home Hemodialysis International. The first issue published the Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Daily Home Hemodialysis that had been held in conjunction with Annual Conference on Peritoneal Dialysis in Denver, CO.
The next changes came in 2000 in San Francisco when the journal was renamed Hemodialysis International, not forgetting its home hemodialysis roots, but broadening its scope. At that same San Francisco meeting, the International Society for Hemodialysis (ISHD) was founded, with Dr. Todd Ing as first president and Dr. Zbylut Twardowski as secretary.
In 2002 the ISHD acquired the ownership of Hemodialysis International. The journal began to publish quarterly issues in 2003.
Dr. Allen Nissenson took over as editor in 2004, and he built on the successes of Dr Twardowski, expanding the Editors and Editorial Board to represent the international scope of the ISHD and to widen the range of expertise available to help the journal. As of 2005, the journal was being indexed in Medline.
Dr. Chris Blagg took over editorship of the journal in October 2008, and further expanded its scope and impact. Dr. Blagg retired in June of 2015 and since July of 2015, Hemodialysis International is being edited by Dr. John Daugirdas.
EARLY VIEW ARTICLES
Hemodialysis International is now part of the Wiley InterScience Early View service. Click here to view all the articles currently available. Articles are published online in advance of their appearance in a print issue.
The implementation of Early View for Hemodialysis International represents our commitment to get manuscripts available to view to the academic community as quickly as possible, reducing time to publication considerably without sacrificing quality or completeness.
For author information, please visit the Hemodialysis International web page on the Wiley website at this link. We prioritize articles pertaining to home hemodialysis therapies, but welcome all articles that would be of interest to a clinical nephrologist taking care of dialysis patients.