September/October 2018 - Volume 26 - Issue 5

  • Joshua L. Roffman, MD, MMSc
  • 1067-3229
  • 1465-7309
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  • 47/140 Psychiatry
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Concluding My Service as Editor in Chief
Shelly F. Greenfield, MD, MPH
Editor in Chief, 2002–2018


After serving as Editor in Chief of the Harvard Review of Psychiatry for 16 years, on 1 October
2018 I will be concluding my service to the journal in that role. It has been a great privilege to
serve as Editor in Chief. The journal has been an important part of my professional life and
development since 1994. It is fair to say that as I developed professionally as a psychiatrist, I grew
in tandem in my editorial roles with HRP. In 1994, shortly after completing my training in
psychiatry and public health, I assumed the role of Deputy Editor. In 2001, I became Co-Editor in
Chief, and in 2002 assumed the position of Editor in Chief. I am proud of everything that the
journal has achieved in its 26 years. Founded in May 1993, the journal enters its 27th year of
publication this January, with an impact factor of 3.264 and a ranking in the top third of 140
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Current Issue Highlights


Characterizing, Assessing, and Treating Cognitive Dysfunction in Major Depressive Disorder

McIntyre, Roger S.; Lee, Yena; Carmona, Nicole E.; More

Harvard Review of Psychiatry. 26(5):241-249, September/October 2018.


Development of a Boston Treatment Program for Youth at Clinical High Risk for Psychosis: Center for Early Detection, Assessment, and Response to Risk (CEDAR)

Friedman-Yakoobian, Michelle S.; West, Michelle L.; Woodberry, Kristen A.; More

Harvard Review of Psychiatry. 26(5):274-286, September/October 2018.