Former medical journal editors have told me it takes about 3 years for an editor to develop a thorough understanding of the inner workings of a journal and to determine a true sense of the journal’s direction. It has been 3 years since former Editor-in-Chief Dr Larry Nazarian gave me sage advice as I took over his role for Pediatrics in Review (PIR). What have I learned since then? A list follows, in no particular order of importance, but all very important for the journal’s overall mission.

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