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BJPsych Open editorial transition: opportunity, challenge and vision

  • Kenneth R. Kaufman (a1)
Summary

BJPsych Open enters its fourth year with a transition in leadership and a new Editor-in-Chief (EIC). This editorial summarises the Journal's metrics through its first 36 months, provides insights into the Journal's history and growth, and shares the aspirations of the new EIC for BJPsych Open.

Declaration of interest

K.R.K. is Editor-in-Chief of BJPsych Open; he took no part in the peer-review of this work.

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1Bhui, K, Malhi, GS, Kaufman, KR. Open sesame: a new generation journal. BJPsych Open 2015; 1(1): e1–2.
2Kaufman, KR, Malhi, GS, Baxter, A, Bhui, K. In an open publishing house not so far, far away…. BJPsych Open 2016; 2(4): e12–3.
3Kaufman, KR. The Renaissance scholar in academic medicine: the road less traveled. Aust N Z J Psychiatry 2017; 51(12): 1250–1.
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BJPsych Open editorial transition: opportunity, challenge and vision

  • Kenneth R. Kaufman (a1)
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