Improving the ‘awful’ task of reading journals
I am a child and adolescent psychiatrist and have been receiving Current Psychiatry for a while. I just wanted to tell you what I like about the journal. (You often only hear from people when they do not like something.)
It’s Sunday afternoon, and I’m trying to work my way through the medical journals and prepare for the week ahead. After quickly reading through your latest issue, I find that I love the “Bottom Line” concluding paragraphs after each article. The articles also are visually well organized; the tables and charts are great. I also like the “Related resource” box after the articles and the listing of drug brand names. I have not seen this in any other journal.
Thanks for the innovations that make the awful task of reading journals a little better.
Peter M. Sims, MD