Eur J Plast Surg (2000) 23:161 © Springer-Verlag 2000 This purely Dutch issue is unique for the European Jour- lent, and I found, as the Editor, that they required little in nal of Plastic Surgery and, if I am not mistaken, for any the way of modification. plastic surgery journal. It is fitting that this nation has It is hoped that the plastic surgery societies of other Eu- this honor because of its significant contribution to plas- ropean countries will note the sentiments expressed by Dr. tic surgery, as can be seen from Doctor Haeseker’s his- Marck in his editorial. There is no reason why others can- torical article. not celebrate significant anniversaries of their own societ- A great deal of effort has gone into this project, and I ies in a similar fashion. That would, however, imply the single out Dr. Marck, Prof. Nicolai and Prof. Spauwen, kind of support given to the journal by the Dutch group. who have stimulated their colleagues to contribute. I Their national society has enthusiastically supported the have been extremely impressed by the papers, not only European concept from the outset and embraced the idea by their content but also by their organization; they were of many national societies, one association – EURAPS, delivered to me exactly as directed by the journal. The and one journal – the European Journal of Plastic Surgery. other pleasant feature was the broad scope which they This support was a great help to me, when, in the initial have covered. I would venture to say that this will be one phase of the journal my enthusiasm was flagging. of the best issues of the journal. I congratulate Dr. Marck, Prof. Nicolai and Prof. Springer-Verlag must also be complimented for al- Spauwen and their colleagues, for putting together such lowing this issue to be totally the work of one society. I an outstanding issue of the journal, for reminding us of am sure that there was some concern about quality, and the contributions of Holland, past and present, and for if there was it can be seen that this was completely un- displaying such obvious enthusiasm for the art and sci- founded. The variety and content of the papers is excel- ence of plastic surgery. On behalf of the journal, I extend my best wishes to the Dutch group on the anniversary of their society. I.T. Jackson ( ) Editor-in-Chief, Institute for Craniofacial Ian T. Jackson, M.D. and Reconstructive Surgery, Fisher Center – Third Floor, 16001 West Nine Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075, USA Editor-in-Chief
European Journal of Plastic Surgery – Springer Journals
Published: May 22, 2000
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