(E) Croatian Medical Journal - Class Acts for 2004
Croatian Medical Journal - Class Acts for 2004
Money magazine (January 2005 issue) has named the ICMJE editors one of its handful of "Class Acts" for 2004
Dear Friends, May I remind you the Croatian Medical Journal, represented by editor Ana Marusic, is the member of ICMJE? Please see what compliments ICMJE has received (below). Yours sincerely, Matko
From: Hal Sox :HSox@mail.acponline.org Sent: 10. prosinac 2004 16:11 Subject: Something nice for a change
Dear ICMJE friends,
First, let me append my apology to Cathy's. We should have done a better job of engaging everyone in the thinking that will hopefully lead an agreement that will respect pharma's legitimate needs and protect the public's need for access to trial information. Let's move on from here together as best we can (think of cooperating in this way without email!!). I think all of us treasure the spirit that has bound us together and led us to accomplish so much together. It has certainly been one of the most satisfying parts of my professional life.
Which is a nice segue to the good news that Money magazine (January 2005 issue) has named the ICMJE editors one of its handful of "Class Acts" for 2004 "a dozen unsung people (us and eleven others) who did right by you last year." It starts with "Twelve competing editors have never agreed on anything--until now. It describes how "the editors of the world's top medical journals decided to take their red pencils and draw a line in the sand" and goes on to finish with "....the practice is sure to give the public a better window into drug safety."