As this issue of the Journal goes to press, it seems apt to reflect upon several years of editorship. An esteemed colleague, Gregory B. Sullivan , M.D .,is in the process of taking over the responsibilities of Chief Editor; the Journal is in able hands as I move on to other endeavors.
Since its inception nearly five years ago, th e Journal has flourished , riding out occasional rough weather in its course from a local to a national publication. Many residents and faculty members have worked with spirit and diligence to foster its growth ; I am thankful for this participation. It has been a privilege to edit this Journal, and there is sadness in leaving, for much emotion has been invested in this experience. It is not only that a scientific enterprise has grown; so too have personal relationships that, in the end, sustain the meaning of this work. The Journal has succeeded because people have believed in it , had faith that is should exist, indeed must exist. I have faith that the Journal will continue toward excellence.
Sarnoff, MD, Jeffrey R.
Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
Available at: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/jeffjpsychiatry/vol5/iss1/2