Emerging Subspecialties in Neurology: Becoming an Editor-In-Chief
Department of Medicine
An Editor-in-Chief leads the editorial team and supervises the daily tasks required to prepare articles for publication while managing the overall content and style of the journal. To become Editor-in-Chief, one must have dedicated work ethic, close attention to detail, passion for the editorial process, and a keen ability to work with and give feedback to section editors and authors. For this article, we interviewed Dr. Steven L. Lewis, Dr. Joseph E. Safdieh, and Dr. S. Andrew Josephson about their collective experience of becoming Editors-in-Chief of , , and , respectively. We have compiled tips for aspiring medical writers and editors, based on their expert advice, to guide trainees in this potential career path.
Michaelson, N. M., Aaroe, A. E., Lewis, S. L., & Safdieh, J. E. (2021). Emerging Subspecialties in Neurology: Becoming an Editor-In-Chief. LVHN Scholarly Works. Retrieved from https://scholarlyworks.lvhn.org/research-historical-works/14