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October 18, 1976

The AMA Scientific Journals

JAMA. 1976;236(16):1884. doi:10.1001/jama.1976.03270170050031

Members of the American Medical Association receive three of the Association's periodicals: JAMA, AM News, and one of the AMA nine specialty journals. These publications keep physicians informed on scientific, technical, ethical, legal, legislative, social, and economic matters of interest to the profession. The nine specialty journals provide scientific and technical information that is too specialized for a general medical journal, and they complement the more general type of scientific articles found in JAMA. The AMA assigns a high priority to its publications, for it views them as important components of each physician's program of continuing medical education.

Recently, one of the AMA specialty journals had a change in its editorship and in its editorial board. This came about because the American Neurological Association (ANA), a cosponsor of the Archives of Neurology, voted to establish its own independent journal. Dr Plum, who is the president of ANA and who was