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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 April 2022

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Copyright © The Author(s), 2022. Published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of J.L.O. (1984) LIMITED

We are fortunate to have a hard-working team of board members, Cambridge University Press publishing team, senior editors and assistant editors, who allow us to publish a wide variety of papers across subspecialties and related disciplines. This hard work has contributed to our improvement in impact factor and efficient processing of coronavirus disease related papers during the pandemic. We are very grateful to all of our team.

Our ‘best paper’ prizes are judged by Liam Flood, Iain Swan, Desmond Nunez and Patrick Bradley. We congratulate the winner and two runners upReference Huang, Grimmond and Kontorinis1Reference Seymour, Robinson, Richardson, Mohammed, Williams and McGilligan3 for their high-quality work. We thank the judges for the considerable time spent on this onerous task, which helps to encourage our authors who dedicate much time and energy on producing their papers.

In addition to our senior and assistant editors, we have a loyal team of reviewers, and they contribute regularly to the flow of papers in our submission system. Our reviewers become assistant editors when long-serving colleagues retire, but as retirements are unpredictable, this means that our team contains many reviewers who have contributed a great deal of effort, but no suitable vacancy has arisen to allow a move up to assistant editorship. We use this editorial to thank our reviewer team individually by name here:

Pei-Pei Cheang

Catriona Douglas

Ali Fahmy

Richard Green

Drew Harris

Penny Hill-Feltham

Hala Kanona

Richard Locke

Rania Mehanna

Peter Monksfield

Paul Nix

James Rainsbury

Yujay Ramakrishnan

Neil Sharma

Joel Smith

Emma Stapleton

Kate Stephenson

Holger Sudhoff

Daniel Tweedie

References

Huang, X, Grimmond, N, Kontorinis, G. An observational study of T2-weighted white matter hyperintensities on magnetic resonance imaging of the internal auditory meatus and brain: ignore or not? J Laryngol Otol 2021;135:964–9CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Abou-Foul, AK, Ross, E, Abou-Foul, M, George, AP. Cervical lymphadenopathy following coronavirus disease 2019 vaccine: clinical characteristics and implications for head and neck cancer services. J Laryngol Otol 2021;135:1025–30CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Seymour, N, Robinson, M, Richardson, D, Mohammed, H, Williams, D, McGilligan, JA. Prescribing intranasal steroids in HIV-positive patients: systematic review of the literature. J Laryngol Otol 2021;135:755–8CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
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