Academic journal article Communication Disorders Quarterly

Letter from the Editor

Academic journal article Communication Disorders Quarterly

Letter from the Editor

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This is the last issue of Communication Disorders Quarterly (CDQ) for which I will serve as editor. In reflecting on the 6 years during which I have served in this capacity, I know what I have gained through the process. Those acquisitions I value most are primarily threefold. First, the knowledge of both the publishing process and wealth of new understandings from the breadth of articles I have had the pleasure to read. The content areas assumed within our discipline are staggering in complexity, variety, and depth! Second, the many new professional relationships developed with members of the editorial board. I embrace these relationships, some newly formed and others long-standing, as one of the most lasting and treasured benefits of having served as editor. There are more than 90 colleagues who have served to make this journal one of highest quality. It is that group of dedicated individuals who deserve my thanks and the appreciation of every author published in CDQ. Every review was carefully considered and consistently delivered in the most constructive manner. The members of the board are heralded as the quintessential professionals for all their many contributions to the journal and to our professions at large. Third, the opportunity to work with authors as they contributed their work to the journal. …

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