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August 1991

Part-time Peg: Who, Me?

Am J Dis Child. 1991;145(8):852. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1991.02160080026015

Peggy has been a workhorse for AJDC. She has reviewed hundreds of manuscripts for us, suggested new features and procedures for AJDC, and recently implemented one of these, "Pediatric Legal Medicine." In addition, she has faithfully handled our "Book Review" section for the past 8 years. In her contribution this month, she details a change in professional life-style she has recently undergone. Having worked with Peggy during her full-time activities, I can attest to her dedication to hard work, to completion of all of her duties, no matter what she was asked to do, and to her professionally competent performance. I have no doubt that her "reduced" activity will not alter the way in which she performs, for academe and for AJDC. Even a brief glance at her curriculum vitae reveals continued high-level activity locally, regionally, and nationally. AJDC, pediatrics, and pediatric neurology have benefited from her energy, intelligence, and