Simon, Chantal
January 2010
InnovAiT;Jan2010, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p4
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the changes in the editorial team of the journal. David Haslam, editor of the journal, resigned from his post in November 2009 and has been succeeded by Iona Heath. Mike Houghton, editor of the applied knowledge test (AKT) section of the journal, has stepped down in September 2009 and Judith Richardson, editor of the section "From the Trainer," has also stepped down for personal reasons and has been replaced by Danielle Pee, Clare Taylor and Dominic Roberts.


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