New role for Xtreme Everest's Dan Martin

14th Sep 2018

Xtreme Everest's Dr Daniel Martin has recently been appointed the new Editor in Chief for the Intensive Care Society journal Journal of Intensive Care Society (JICS.

JICS is a UK-based, peer-reviewed journal published four times a year in February, May, August and November and publishes original papers, review articles, audits, critically appraised topics, case reports of interest to those involved within caring for critically ill patients.

Handing over the reins to Dan, current Editor in Chief Jonathan Handy wrote in the latest issue:

Many of you will know Dan for his exploits on Mount Everest or for his work with UK Ebola patients; but in pursuit of ever-demanding challenges, Dan has now opted to take the helm of JICS! As a Clinical Academic, Dan has a breadth of expertise, knowledge and networks that will benefit the Journal greatly in its evolution towards greater things. Achieving PubMed Central indexing has been a huge success for the Journal and the next stage of its development will be to grow on this achievement while continuing to faithfully serve and represent our intensive care community. I know that Dan very much shares my vision of the Journal’s role within our community, but it will be exciting to see how his initiatives and leadership take it in new directions.

Jonathan will be joining the journals Editorial Board and as he says ..offering helpful opinions from the Royal Box in the manner of the Muppet characters Statler and Waldorf …

We wish Dan and Jonathan the best of luck with their new roles.

To read the journal visit the dedicated homepage on Sage and to learn more about the Intensive Care Society, visit their website.

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