Health Care Analysis 22 (2):103-104 (2014)
AbstractIn the previous issue of Health Care Analysis, Dr. Andrew Edgar wrote an editorial to round off his 8 years as editor of the journal. His commitment to the journal has provided a remarkable contribution to a range of fields of inquiry that focus on the relationships between health care, policy, practice, and philosophy. As Dr. Edgar indicates, under his stewardship, the journal has published papers addressing both long-standing and novel debates. As he notes, furthermore, his editorial approach has afforded a platform not only for established scholars, but also scholars at the start of their careers. Indeed, when I was amongst that latter category, I was a fortunate and grateful beneficiary of Dr. Edgar’s thoughtful, patient, and generous editorial guidance, and can attest first hand to the important influence he has had in mentoring many of us working in the field, as well as on our scholarship itself.As I now move to the position of editor, I would like here to reflect on my own out
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