In the September 2022 Bulletin (Volume 41, No. 08), there was a misprint in “The Annual Meeting: Offering a Different Type of Time-Out,” by James C. Denneny III, MD (print copy only).
In the September 2022 Bulletin (Volume 41, No. 08), there was a misprint in “The Annual Meeting: Offering a Different Type of Time-Out,” by James C. Denneny III, MD (print copy only). An obscure character replaced the letters in the name of John H. Krouse, MD, PhD, MBA. In recognition of Dr. Krouse’s contribution, the following is that excerpt correctly reprinted:
The meeting in Philadelphia will mark the final Annual Meeting in the tenure of John H. Krouse, MD, PhD, MBA, as Editor in Chief of our journals, Otolaryngology–Head and Surgery and OTO Open. Dr. Krouse has served two terms as editor with distinction and innovation that have resulted in the highest Impact Factor in our journal’s history each of the last two years. Under his leadership, the journal initiated a program to train residents in quality peer review and the Resident Reviewer Development Program has been training new cohorts for five years. OTO Open, our open access publication, was launched in 2017. He created focused issues that highlighted health equity and diversity and showcased articles from first authors 40 years of age and under (40 under 40), as well as produced monthly podcasts to promote the research published in the journals. Dr. Krouse has positioned our journal well as we begin a new era with Wiley as our publisher in January 2023. His dedication to excellence and willingness to embrace meaningful change has allowed our journal to soar, and he deserves the heartfelt gratitude for his contribution to our specialty.