Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry


Over the past year or so, several of us who are intimately involved in the editing and production of this journal have been personally challenged by the emergence of serious illness in either ourselves or our immediate fami lies. In each instance, the psyc hiatrist so affected has maintained the degree of equilibrium necessary to permit continuing, effective participation in this enterprise.Given this, the question emerges: Why do we do the work that has led us from a journal with a press run of four hundred copies in 1983, to a journal with a national circulation of seven thousand copies in 1986, in the face of what sometimes seem to be tremendous hurdles?

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