From the Editor Dear Author, Although I've written to you hundreds of times before, I wanted to take this last opportunity as my term as Editor concludes to thank you for your submitting your work to AJSLP. It's because of your efforts that the Journal has continued to grow in breadth and ... Editorial
Editorial  |   November 01, 2004
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Editorial   |   November 01, 2004
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American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, November 2004, Vol. 13, 274. doi:10.1044/1058-0360(2004/028)
 
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, November 2004, Vol. 13, 274. doi:10.1044/1058-0360(2004/028)
Dear Author,
Although I've written to you hundreds of times before, I wanted to take this last opportunity as my term as Editor concludes to thank you for your submitting your work to AJSLP. It's because of your efforts that the Journal has continued to grow in breadth and stature while concurrently building a strong evidence base for the profession. Why, just the other day, a colleague of mine congratulated me on a particularly strong recent issue of the Journal. That, of course, is a tribute to you as well as to our Editorial team.
Speaking of which, I hope you have been pleased with the reviews of your work. From my readings, they have been rigorous and fair and I thank you for all the times you wrote to express your gratitude for the insights they provided you. In all cases, it was encouraging that we agreed that they resulted in much improved manuscripts. Clearly, the process works. Before I began my term as Editor, a good friend and colleague told me that the credibility of the Journal is largely evaluated on the strength of the reputations of its Associate Editors. Because of this, I feel fortunate that Nancy Brady and Kathy Chapman, Anne Bothe and Jen Hoit, Carol Stoel-Gammon and Susan Rvachew, Julie Wambaugh and Pat Doyle, and Donna Kelly, Diane Loeb, and Jim Montgomery agreed to give so willingly of their time on behalf of the Journal. They made my job much easier by offering me their very thoughtful reviews and recommendations for the manuscripts they were assigned. They demonstrated their outstanding scholarship as well.
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