From the Editor It’s been a year since I took the helm as Editor of AJSLP, accompanied by my trusted and faithful Associate Editors, a huge group of volunteer editorial consultants, a terrific staff at the ASHA Publications Office (most notably Ellen Caswell, the production editor), and my editorial assistant, Gayle Martin. ... Editorial
Editorial  |   February 01, 1997
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Editorial   |   February 01, 1997
From the Editor
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, February 1997, Vol. 6, 2. doi:10.1044/1058-0360.0601.02
 
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, February 1997, Vol. 6, 2. doi:10.1044/1058-0360.0601.02
It’s been a year since I took the helm as Editor of AJSLP, accompanied by my trusted and faithful Associate Editors, a huge group of volunteer editorial consultants, a terrific staff at the ASHA Publications Office (most notably Ellen Caswell, the production editor), and my editorial assistant, Gayle Martin. The tireless efforts of these people have enabled me to do my job as Editor and preserve at least a modicum of sanity. For this, I’m happy to thank them publicly.
We were pleased with the Journal in 1996, but we’re especially excited about what’s to come this year. First, thanks to the dedicated searching of Publications Division Director Joanne Jessen, the covers of this year’s issues will be graced with the artwork of Susan Davis. These works are not only pleasing to the eye (well, to mine, at least), but also each has a definite communication theme, which enhances its relevance for the clinical speech-language pathology community and distinguishes each issue. Second, and more importantly, we are receiving and processing more manuscripts, covering a broader range of topics than ever. Furthermore, partly due to our solicitation efforts, we are getting more manuscripts to fill the formats uniquely designed for AJSLP, such as Second Opinion, Viewpoint, World View, and Clinical Consult. My objective is to produce a full 96-page issue each quarter, filled to the brim with content that is interesting, accessible but also challenging, and on the leading edge of the profession. It is my hope that readers turn to AJSLP because they recognize the clinical relevance of its content and they appreciate the value of articles that are at once readable, relevant, and scholarly, reflecting the outcome of a full peer review by a cadre of talented speech-language pathologists serving as editorial consultants and Associate Editors.
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