Our Sixtieth Year
J Clin Psychiatry 1999;60:3-4
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The January 1999 issue of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry begins volume number 60, and it is with pride that Physicians Postgraduate Press looks forward to our sixtieth year of providing clinical information to the scientific community. Our Journal, which has been a leading neurosciences publication since its very infancy, began in 1940 as Diseases of the Nervous System. In 1978, the Journal’s name changed to The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, and it is with this well-known title that we go forward into the 21st century.