The Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry was first published in 1919. In 1959, 2 new journals were created from their parent with the publications of the Archives of Neurology and the Archives of General Psychiatry. Now, 94 years after the initial publication, JAMA Neurology is born; with this issue, it is created with an entirely new design, the first one in decades. Welcome to the new JAMA Neurology!
The credit for these dramatic design changes goes to Ronna Henry, MD, deputy editor of JAMA, and to Howard Bauchner, MD, editor in chief of JAMA, and their staff. As they say in their July 3 JAMA editorial:
Rosenberg RN. The New Look of JAMA Neurology! JAMA Neurol. 2013;70(7):827. doi:10.1001/jamaneurol.2013.3566
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