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Looking Back

Looking Back EDITOR’SNOTES IamnotsureIknowwhattosay.Aftereighteenwonderfulyearsaseditorofthe NursingHistoryReview,Irealizeditwastimetopassthetorchtoaneweditor withanewvision.AnyambivalenceIfeelasIleavethispositionisthoroughly assuaged by the appointment by the Board of Dr. Arlene Keeling as the new editor. I have known Dr. Keeling for my entire professional life; and I count her a friend as well as a colleague. I can think of no one more able to carry theReview to its new mission and to sustain its role as the leading scholarly journalinthehistoryofnursingandhealthcare. As Dr. Keeling well knows, it takes the proverbial village to ensure the prominence ofReview’s place. This is my chance to thank my village. I first acknowledge the enduring support of our editors at Springer Publishing: first James Costello, and now Adam Etkin. They have been unfailing in their sup- port, advice, efforts to move theReview to prominence in our new online world, and lessons in the “nuts and bolts” of publication. My associate edi- tor, Dr. Cynthia Connolly, has helped to extend the reach ofReview the , and to work with authors who do not have their own village of support at their homeinstitutions.And,ofcourse,thosewhoIconsidertheunsungheroesof theReview: our book review and media editors. Each year, they seek out the newestscholarship,findexpertstojudgeitsquality,andmovereviewsthrough to publication (tracking down the inevitable copyright releases that we must have).Asincerethankyouto:Drs.BarbraMannWall,BrigidLusk,Annmarie McAllister, Kylie Smith, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing History Review Springer Publishing

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Springer Publishing
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1062-8061
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EDITOR’SNOTES IamnotsureIknowwhattosay.Aftereighteenwonderfulyearsaseditorofthe NursingHistoryReview,Irealizeditwastimetopassthetorchtoaneweditor withanewvision.AnyambivalenceIfeelasIleavethispositionisthoroughly assuaged by the appointment by the Board of Dr. Arlene Keeling as the new editor. I have known Dr. Keeling for my entire professional life; and I count her a friend as well as a colleague. I can think of no one more able to carry theReview to its new mission and to sustain its role as the leading scholarly journalinthehistoryofnursingandhealthcare. As Dr. Keeling well knows, it takes the proverbial village to ensure the prominence ofReview’s place. This is my chance to thank my village. I first acknowledge the enduring support of our editors at Springer Publishing: first James Costello, and now Adam Etkin. They have been unfailing in their sup- port, advice, efforts to move theReview to prominence in our new online world, and lessons in the “nuts and bolts” of publication. My associate edi- tor, Dr. Cynthia Connolly, has helped to extend the reach ofReview the , and to work with authors who do not have their own village of support at their homeinstitutions.And,ofcourse,thosewhoIconsidertheunsungheroesof theReview: our book review and media editors. Each year, they seek out the newestscholarship,findexpertstojudgeitsquality,andmovereviewsthrough to publication (tracking down the inevitable copyright releases that we must have).Asincerethankyouto:Drs.BarbraMannWall,BrigidLusk,Annmarie McAllister, Kylie Smith,

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Nursing History ReviewSpringer Publishing

Published: Sep 19, 2019

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