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Editorial: Twenty Years at the Helm.
J Clin Psychiatry 2007;68:989-990
Copyright 2007 Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc.
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As my 20-year anniversary as JCP’s Editor in Chief approached, I “waltzed down
memory lane” with Dr. John Shelton, JCP’s publisher and by now a dear friend. We reminisced over conversations that led to my accepting this honor, including a memorable
dinner with Thomas P. Hackett, M.D., then my chief at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
I fished out my editorial of July 1987, “Sail Into the Future,” in which I introduced myself
to JCP’s readers.