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It is with great pride and pleasure, as well as a sense of substantial personal relief, that this editorial is devoted to informing our readers and contributors that a nomination has been made and confirmed that Byron J. Bailey, MD, will succeed me as the chief editor of the Archives of Otolaryngology beginning Jan 1, 1980. Dr Bailey is well qualified and quite well suited for this responsibility, and we are pleased to announce his designation as chief editor-designate for the Archives.
Dr Bailey's appointment has been the result of the deliberations of a search committee that consisted of Drs James Donaldson (chairman), Roger Boles, Francis Catlin, George Reed, and William K. Wright. The search committee considered the requirements for leadership for the position and canvassed the United States for recommendations. The end result of these deliberations was the recommendation to the American Medical Association that Dr Bailey succeed me.
ALFORD BR. The Changing of the Guard. Arch Otolaryngol. 1979;105(5):233. doi:10.1001/archotol.1979.00790170003001
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