EDITORIAL Editor’s Note: The following editorial appeared in the February 3, 1999, issue of JAMA (1999;281:460). I thought it to be of sufficient importance to warrant publication also in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. I want to assure our readers that my continued editorship depends on the enactment of a process to assure editorial freedom, as described in the key and critical objectives listed below. For me to serve otherwise would be a betrayal to those of you who submit to, review for, and/or read Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. Catherine D. DeAngelis, MD n January 15, 1999, George D. Lund- Editorial independence is the lifeblood of THE berg, MD, was dismissed as Editor of JOURNAL. The editorial independence that JAMA has en- joyed has been the essential foundation on which the pub- JAMA and Editor-in-Chief of AMA’s Sci- lication built its current prestige and, in the process, lent entific Information and Multimedia. In O so much prestige to the AMA in the biomedical and health- a written statement, AMA Executive Vice services research community. For the world-class status President E. Ratcliffe Anderson, Jr, MD, said that Dr of JAMA to continue, its editorial independence must
JAMA Pediatrics – American Medical Association
Published: Mar 1, 1999
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