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Holding Out Hope After Traumatic Brain Injury

Holding Out Hope After Traumatic Brain Injury Opinion Editorial and beyond due to our extensive press releases, rapid online In the 4 years that our team of more than 2 dozen individu- publication, and the utilization of social media. Once als have stewarded this journal, we have listened to your help- again, our media metrics also rose to new heights, including ful suggestions, allowing the journal to better serve the needs 1-3 multiple articles with extremely high numbers of views of our diverse readership. Our combination of research, opin- and Altmetric scores (which measures news and social ion, and clinical review and education reflects an increasing 1,2,4 media attention). In 2020, more than 6.7 million article excitement around advances across the entire spectrum of neu- views and downloads occurred on our website https:// rologic disorders. Never have we been so grateful to our read- jamaneurology.com, and key information was disseminated ers and authors than in the depths of this incredibly challeng- nearly daily to our more than 86 000 followers on Twitter ing year; you have chosen to be a part of our journal’s family, (@JAMANeuro) and Facebook. While our monthly print editions and we are incredibly humbled. We hope that you will con- remain the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Neurology American Medical Association

Holding Out Hope After Traumatic Brain Injury

JAMA Neurology , Volume 78 (5) – May 1, 2021

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2021 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
2168-6149
eISSN
2168-6157
DOI
10.1001/jamaneurol.2020.5328
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Abstract

Opinion Editorial and beyond due to our extensive press releases, rapid online In the 4 years that our team of more than 2 dozen individu- publication, and the utilization of social media. Once als have stewarded this journal, we have listened to your help- again, our media metrics also rose to new heights, including ful suggestions, allowing the journal to better serve the needs 1-3 multiple articles with extremely high numbers of views of our diverse readership. Our combination of research, opin- and Altmetric scores (which measures news and social ion, and clinical review and education reflects an increasing 1,2,4 media attention). In 2020, more than 6.7 million article excitement around advances across the entire spectrum of neu- views and downloads occurred on our website https:// rologic disorders. Never have we been so grateful to our read- jamaneurology.com, and key information was disseminated ers and authors than in the depths of this incredibly challeng- nearly daily to our more than 86 000 followers on Twitter ing year; you have chosen to be a part of our journal’s family, (@JAMANeuro) and Facebook. While our monthly print editions and we are incredibly humbled. We hope that you will con- remain the

Journal

JAMA NeurologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: May 1, 2021

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