A Farewell Full of Gratitude

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A Farewell Full of Gratitude


Pimenta, Filipa, Psychology, Community & Health


[Author Affiliation]

Filipa Pimenta: William James Center for Research, ISPA - Instituto Universitário de Ciências Psicológicas, Socias e da Vida, Lisbon, Portugal:

The scientific journey as Editor-in-Chief of Psychology, Community & Health (PCH) for this past five years has been a challenging and fulfilling one. I am resigning the Editor-in-Chief position to pursue other projects, and PCH will continue his course with a new team of Editor-in-Chiefs.

PCH had its first number in March 2012 and, since then, it has grown in its various fields of scope, publishing papers by authors of diverse nationalities and research expertise. I have enjoyed seeing all the empirical and theoretical studies on multiple subjects of health, community and clinical psychology, making their contribution through PCH; furthermore, the editorial perspective as been a fruitful and exciting role, not only for the opportunity of reflecting about studies in the proximity between (clinical) health psychology and community (health) psychology, but also for the chance of making part of the development of this journal and of this much appreciated team.

In a time when the number of online journals is immense, I believe that PCH continues having a great potential due to, among many others, its scope, its open access policy and particular human resources (such as the Editorial, Publishing and Reviewers teams). …

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