Julia Lockwood steps down as co-editor of New Homeopath

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    [post_content] => Julia Lockwood is leaving her role as co-editor of Society journal New Homeopath to retrain as a teacher.

Julia, a qualified homeopath, has edited the journal as a freelance with Sarah Lane for two years. The current winter issue was her last one.

Sarah will continue as sole editor of the journal which is published three times a year.

"It was a complete privilege and honour for me to edit New Homeopath," Julia said. "I enjoyed every moment of it, from the thrill of talking to contributors about their leading-edge ideas, to the anxiety of waiting for articles to arrive by the deadline, to the quiet, reflective practice of sub-editing and proofing."

She added: "Working with Sarah has been a super creative experience. We've supported each other and pushed ourselves to the max. I have no doubt she will continue to produce top quality, exciting and topical editions for readers."

Julia, who is taking a PGCE to teach English to secondary school children, said she would always retain her love of homeopathy.

"Homeopathy will always be with me. I also love the Society, and I love all the wonderful colleagues I have met over the years."

Pamela Stevens, the Society's Marketing Manager, said Julia and Sarah had been an excellent editorial team and had led the relaunch of the journal in 2018 with great success.

"Julia will be much missed but we are confident that she leaves the journal in great shape and it will continue to thrive under Sarah's sole charge."

For more on the winter issue of New Homeopath, click here
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Julia Lockwood is leaving her role as co-editor of Society journal New Homeopath to retrain as a teacher.

Julia, a qualified homeopath, has edited the journal as a freelance with Sarah Lane for two years. The current winter issue was her last one.

Sarah will continue as sole editor of the journal which is published three times a year.

“It was a complete privilege and honour for me to edit New Homeopath,” Julia said. “I enjoyed every moment of it, from the thrill of talking to contributors about their leading-edge ideas, to the anxiety of waiting for articles to arrive by the deadline, to the quiet, reflective practice of sub-editing and proofing.”

She added: “Working with Sarah has been a super creative experience. We’ve supported each other and pushed ourselves to the max. I have no doubt she will continue to produce top quality, exciting and topical editions for readers.”

Julia, who is taking a PGCE to teach English to secondary school children, said she would always retain her love of homeopathy.

“Homeopathy will always be with me. I also love the Society, and I love all the wonderful colleagues I have met over the years.”

Pamela Stevens, the Society’s Marketing Manager, said Julia and Sarah had been an excellent editorial team and had led the relaunch of the journal in 2018 with great success.

“Julia will be much missed but we are confident that she leaves the journal in great shape and it will continue to thrive under Sarah’s sole charge.”

For more on the winter issue of New Homeopath, click here

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