The Hellenic Journal of Surgery (HJS) is the official scientific journal of the Hellenic Surgical Society. It includes high-quality original papers in our field, state-of-the art reviews and meta-analyses, illustrative case reports, pictures/videos, “how I do it” articles, surgical history articles, brief communications, perspectives and editorials by experts in relevant fields of surgery.
The journal provides a rapid yet high-quality review procedure, whereas the editors will actively contribute by curating special issues focused on topics of high interest. The HJS welcomes authors from a wide spectrum of surgical subspecialties from all over the world. Apart from surgical specialties, authors with surgery-related specialties, such as interventional radiologists, gastroenterologists and medical oncologists are highly encouraged to contribute.
The mission of HJS is to uphold the highest standards of scientific integrity and ethical conduct, ensuring that published research is rigorous, accurate, and transparent.