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Machine Learning and the Prediction of Hydrocephalus

Machine Learning and the Prediction of Hydrocephalus Opinion EDITORIAL JAMA Pediatrics 2018 and Beyond Dimitri A. Christakis, MD, MPH With this issue, I officially assume the role of editor in chief search from economics, psychology, psychiatry, education, and of JAMA Pediatrics. It is a daunting and humbling task, espe- social work (to name a few) is welcome. We also seek View- cially as I take over from one of the true giants in academic pe- points that express thoughtful opinions about anything re- diatrics. Fred Rivara, MD, MPH, has edited the journal for al- lated to child health and health care. These articles are in- most 18 years, shepherding it from Archives of Pediatrics & tended to spur discussion, and we welcome authors to survey Adolescent Medicine to JAMA Pediatrics and tirelessly work- the scientific landscape and take bold stances. ing to increase the quality of the journal. MorethanjustthenamehaschangedatJAMAPediatrics over JAMA Pediatrics now has by far the highest impact factor the years. We now offer 2 open access options so that authors, (10.25) of all pediatric journals in the world. Of course, impact by their own choice or to fulfill contractual expectations of their factor is but one—albeit important—metric of a journal’s contri- funders, can make http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Pediatrics American Medical Association

Machine Learning and the Prediction of Hydrocephalus

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright 2017 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
2168-6203
eISSN
2168-6211
DOI
10.1001/jamapediatrics.2017.4450
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Abstract

Opinion EDITORIAL JAMA Pediatrics 2018 and Beyond Dimitri A. Christakis, MD, MPH With this issue, I officially assume the role of editor in chief search from economics, psychology, psychiatry, education, and of JAMA Pediatrics. It is a daunting and humbling task, espe- social work (to name a few) is welcome. We also seek View- cially as I take over from one of the true giants in academic pe- points that express thoughtful opinions about anything re- diatrics. Fred Rivara, MD, MPH, has edited the journal for al- lated to child health and health care. These articles are in- most 18 years, shepherding it from Archives of Pediatrics & tended to spur discussion, and we welcome authors to survey Adolescent Medicine to JAMA Pediatrics and tirelessly work- the scientific landscape and take bold stances. ing to increase the quality of the journal. MorethanjustthenamehaschangedatJAMAPediatrics over JAMA Pediatrics now has by far the highest impact factor the years. We now offer 2 open access options so that authors, (10.25) of all pediatric journals in the world. Of course, impact by their own choice or to fulfill contractual expectations of their factor is but one—albeit important—metric of a journal’s contri- funders, can make

Journal

JAMA PediatricsAmerican Medical Association

Published: Feb 18, 2018

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