AJOB Primary Research Title Change in 2014

AJOB PRIMARY RESEARCH CHANGING TITLE BEGINNING 2014

Philadelphia, PA – AJOB Primary Research released a statement revealing that it will be changing the name of the journal to AJOB Empirical Bioethics to more accurately represent its mission and subject matter.

“We are pleased to announce that AJOB Primary Research will be changing its name to AJOB Empirical Bioethics, beginning with the first issue of Volume 5 in 2014. The new title better reflects the mission of the Journal to advance the pursuit of empirical work in bioethics through the publication of quantitative and qualitative research in bioethics and conceptual analyses of the relationship between descriptive and normative inquiry. We broadly construe empirical bioethics to include social scientific research applied to bioethical questions, health policy and health services research as it relates to bioethics, and other forms of original research including evidence-based literature reviews and commentary on new developments in empirical bioethics.AJOB Empirical Bioethics will continue to play a critical role in bioethics scholarship, providing a venue for the publication and dissemination of empirical bioethics research as well as insightful discussions of conceptual and methodological issues in the field. We welcome submissions that employ quantitative, qualitative, or mixed empirical methods from the broad range of disciplines relevant to bioethics inquiry. The Journal seeks to disseminate empirical bioethics scholarship to those who practice and do research in a variety of clinical, legal, academic, scientific, and religious disciplines.” 
-Robert M. Nelson, MD, PhD
Editor-in-Chief, AJOB Primary Research

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Publishing 4 issues per year, the mission of AJOB Primary Research is to advance the pursuit of empirical work in bioethics through the publication of primary research in bioethics and conceptual analyses of the relationship between descriptive and normative inquiry. AJOB Primary Research broadly construes empirical bioethics to include social scientific research applied to bioethical questions, health policy and health services research as it relates to bioethics, and other forms of original research including evidence-based literature reviews and commentary on new developments in empirical bioethics.

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