At the end of 2014, the American Journal of Occupational Therapy (AJOT) will change editors, and I will retire from this position after 6 years of serving the journal. In that time, the journal has changed considerably and made many advances. In this editorial, I outline those advances and make recommendations for the journal’s future editorship.

In the past 5 years, the journal has consistently received more than 200 yearly submissions and published more than 86 articles per volume through 6 yearly issues (Table 1). Increasingly, many of its articles have been published in an online-only format to reduce publication costs and increase publication space.

In the past 7 years of collected demographic data, (1) rehabilitation, disability, and participation and (2) children and youth continue to be the two primary practice areas addressed in studies published in AJOT (Table 2)—a finding mirroring practice trends...

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