Evid Based Nurs 12:99 doi:10.1136/ebn.12.4.99-a
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New beginnings

With the publication of the fourth issue of the 12th volume, Evidence-Based Nursing will undergo a transition—a new beginning. The production of the journal at McMaster University will cease and be taken on by a new provider. New beginnings mean endings, and we would like to celebrate the first 48 issues as this transition takes place.

Euripides wrote, “A bad beginning makes a bad ending.” Does a good beginning make a good ending? Brian Haynes, Coordinating Editor, and Alba DiCenso, the first lead Editor, need much credit in spearheading the initiative to start up this journal. Spurred on by Brian and Alba’s enthusiasm, Nicky Cullum and Donna Ciliska joined …

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