Infection Control Today

FEB 2019

ICT delivers to infection preventionists & their colleagues in the operating room, sterile processing/central sterile, environmental services & materials management, timely & relevant news, trends & information impacting the profession & the industry

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 6 of 44

6 ICT January/February 2019 editor's letter EDITORIAL EDITOR IN CHIEF Kelly M. Pyrek S ALE S/MARK E TING GROUP PUBLISHER William Mulderry PUBLISHER John Currid SUBSCRIPTION CUSTOMER SERVICE 800-581-1811 PRODUC TION ART DIRECTOR Robert Rys AD PRODUCTION MANAGER Bonnie Streit DIRECTOR PUBLICATIONS Joseph Chackola HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR Donna Layton INFORMA E XHIBITIONS LLC 2020 N. Central Ave., Ste. 400 Phoenix, AZ 85004 Phone: 480-867-7943 Web: O ne of the best things about life is that it provides us with numerous opportunities for do-overs. In the October 2018 editor's letter and in subsequent messaging to industry, I announced that Infection Control Today was following the digital revolution and that we'd be publishing six 'digital only' issues and six print issues in 2019. I'm happy to announce that after feedback from readers and industry, and further contemplation of what best serves the community, we have decided to modify this transition a bit further. ICT will combine the January and February 2019 print issues, as well as the July and August 2019 print issues; the rest of the issues will be the same monthly print-magazine delivery upon which you've depended for news, features, trends and all the science-driven, evidence-based practice articles and columns. We'll also be working on a number of additional digital supplements exploring infection prevention and control-related imperatives that will add to the educational platform ICT provides. It's a compromise that allows us to continue the legacy of ICT's 23 years of publishing heritage, as well as acknowledge certain realities of business that can impact the economics of printing. Course-correction is something that is increasingly common in a fast-changing world, and we hope you'll understand that we are implementing this additional change to help us serve you in improved ways. As always, we thank you for being a continued reader and supporter of ICT, and we look forward to many more innovations in 2019. If you have any questions, I encourage you to talk back to me at: Until next month, bust those bugs! Kelly M. Pyrek Editor in Chief Change is the One Constant in Publishing

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Infection Control Today - FEB 2019