Joseph E. Fischer

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No scientific journal survives without excellent peer review, and The American Journal of Digestive Diseases is no exception. Indeed, the uncertainties of a new Editorial Office make the reliance on reviewers even greater. Often criticized by authors, occasionally even prodded by Editors, most reviewers receive little praise. Our reviewers have provided us(More)
This state-wide study of dental consultants to nursing homes provides a "first ever" profile of this small but important field in dentistry. As the number of older people continues to grow, particularly in the 85+ age group (which is most likely to be housed in nursing home facilities), the dental profession needs to understand and appreciate its(More)
The Editors wish to express their deep and sincere gratitude to the large group of colleagues who functioned as expert reviewers for the journal during 1980. Some reviewed one paper, but others were asked to review many o f our contributions; all performed willingly and were of great help to us. Your efforts are irreplaceable," without you a scientific(More)
The Editors wish to express their deep and sincere gratitude to the large group o f colleagues who functioned as expert reviewers for the journal during 1979. Some reviewed one paper, but others were asked to review many of our contributions; all performed willingly and were o f great help to us. Your efforts are irreplaceable, without you a scientific(More)
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