Calling all SPUMS members:  Can you help?

As you all know, along with our partners in the EUBS, we are moving to the production of DHM as an e-journl from the first issue of 2018. 

While the move will mean lower costs for the publication of the journal (no printing or mailing costs) in the long run (with benefits for all members), in the short term we face a significant cost for the transition. This cost will be shared equally between the two Societies. The e-journal will be of a high standard and we are taking the opportunity to not only maintain but enhance the academic impact of DHM. 

In order to ease the burden of the transition on SPUMS members, the Executive Committee in October resolved to launch a crowdfunding campaign to help us with our half of the costs. Already some members and friends have leapt to our assistance, so we are off to a bright start.

Check out the campaign at: https://www.gofundme.com/DHMgoesdigital


Journal Information

Editor: Associate Professor F Michael Davis

E-mail: Michael Davis, Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine

Visit the Journal website:  http://www.dhmjournal.com

Current journal issues (less than one year old) are available to members ONLY, online in PDF format. 

Older issues can be accessed free of charge at the Rubicon Foundation website: Rubicon Foundation

IMPORTANT: Submissions will only be accepted electronically. Authors, we ask that you visit Manuscript Manager (our online submission platform). 

For further information please visit the Journal website, alternatively we have provided a series of documents and instructions in our Submitting to DHM from the dropdown menu above, for authors to follow and consider before submitting to Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine.