Thank you all for your overwhelming support of the new web and paper versions of the BJUI. For those who have missed it, please check out the web journal at: www.bjui.org.
We hope you had a relaxing holiday period – we certainly did and recharged our batteries. Despite this, the editorial team at the BJUI handled 76 articles between Christmas 2012 and New Year’s Day 2013; an average of 10 per day.
This is a reﬂection of the global popularity of the BJUI. We have papers coming in from all over the world from many diﬀerent time zones. Furthermore, New Year celebrations in the West do not necessarily match others, such as the Chinese New Year or the Baisakhi in the Northern Indian subcontinent. The BJUI wants to continue receiving the best papers from our authors irrespective of where they are on this planet.
As a celebration of our truly global presence we are delighted to present content from around the world at www.bjui.org as articles, blogs and videos, and we invite you to post your comments on any or all of these.
The BJUI poll shows that our readers love the ‘article of the week’, which is available completely free to everyone, everywhere.
In this issue we highlight the role of tadalaﬁl, not just in erectile dysfunction but also in ejaculatory and orgasmic dysfunction. This article provides Level 1 evidence and is accompanied by an editorial from Mike Wyllie, our expert in Sexual Medicine.
Prokar Dasgupta, Editor-in-Chief
Ashutosh Tewari, Editorial Board
Video of Ashutosh Tewari reading the Journal in New York