Category Archives: Publisher Memo

July 2015

Publisher’s memo: One to grow on

Another year has passed, filled with new and exciting developments for LER. With all the growth that we have experienced in the past year, it was necessary to expand our editorial team with promotions to Emily Delzell and P.K. Daniel, who are now senior editor and associate editor, respectively.

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July 2014

Publisher’s memo: Rewards of listening

I have been in the lower extremity publishing space for 25 years, and one thing I have realized is that listening is the key to learning.

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July 2013

Publisher’s memo: A healthier approach

As we celebrate LER’s fourth anniversary, I feel that I would be remiss if I didn’t take this opportunity to share what I have personally experienced this past year. Last July, my wife decided to go back to school to become a certified health coach. Little did I know then that this would bring profound changes in my life both personally and professionally.

Richard Dubin, Publisher

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July 2012

Publisher’s memo: Embracing change

As a father of four, I knew the day would come when one of them would be moving on. As my wife and I watched our eldest son walk across the stage to receive his high school diploma, I was reminded of how fast life moves and how important it is to have a strong network of support to help embrace that change.

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July 2011

Publisher’s memo: Our second year

Another year has virtually flown by, and I am so happy to share with you LER’s progress as an organization in the past year. Thanks in no small part to you, our readers, we have experienced a lot of exciting accomplishments and achieved some key goals that I had set when I started the magazine.

Richard Dubin, Publisher

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July 2010

Publisher’s memo: The first of many

When I decided to create LER, I spoke with many of you to determine if there was a need for a multi-disciplinary magazine exclusively focused on the lower extremity. The response was overwhelming and very positive. You wanted a practical, easy-to-read publication that delivered the clinical literature reviews but without all the dry and boring details of the methods, a publication that encouraged collaboration and helped to improve outcomes for your patients.

by Richard Dubin, Publisher

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