Little Things Mean a Lot

Little Things Mean a Lot
Calvin L Weisberger, MD, FACC, FACP

Spring 2007 - Volume 11 Number 2

A while ago, I celebrated a birthday at a National Product Council meeting. My colleagues learned of the birthday and had a small ceremony to recognize the birthday. It was the usual good-natured few minutes, with some special people saying some nice things. Then another special person read the lines above, which she had parodied from the KP Thrive ad, some years of knowing me, and some research into my writings. I have not had a greater professional honor or recognition. I will feel fortunate the rest of my life knowing that my efforts and their meaning to me were recognized by some others.

Celebrating 20 years (copy)

tpj20thissue

The Winter 2017 issue of The Permanente Journal marked the first issue of our 20th anniversary year. We've grown a lot in the past 20 years, currently reaching an online readership of more than one million worldwide. We've expanded to publish books and a literary and visual arts e-journal, leaflet. We are indexed in MEDLINE and continue to grow our digital footprint. We look forward to continuing to bring you more high-quality content during the next 20 years.

Circulation

25,000 print readers per quarter, 7,628 eTOC readers, and in 2016, 1.4 million page views on TPJ articles in PubMed from a broad international readership.

Subscriptions

The Permanente Journal (ISSN 1552-5767) is published quarterly by The Permanente Press. Journal subscriptions are entered for the calendar year. Advance payment in US dollars is required.

Letters

Articles, editorials, letters to the editor, and other material represent the opinion of the authors. Send your comments to permanente.journal@kp.org.


Copyright 2017 The Permanente Journal - Kaiser Permanente. All Rights Reserved.