Tag: AJOB Primary Research

Blog Posts (4)

April 13, 2012

Spoiling for a Fight? Check Out Bioethics.net.

Bioethics is increasingly behaving like a Fight Club. Countless scholars wage war in the comment sections on blogs and news stories.…

June 28, 2010

AJOB Primary Research Launches with TWO Issues At Once!

The American Journal of Bioethics is proud to announce the “birth” of its second spin-off journal, AJOB Primary Research.

This newest AJOB journal has launched with two issues arriving online at once!…

December 15, 2009

Summer Johnson Talks about AJOB's December Issue

On the Center for Practical Bioethics’ blog, you can hear me talk about the ethical questions raised by the use of placebos in clinical practice and the other topics addressed by the Target Articles in the December issue of AJOB, including life extension and the moral responsibilities of journal editors to have a policy for publishing animal studies.…

October 7, 2009

The AJOB Family of Journals Grows by Two!

Today, now available at editorial.bioethics.net, are The American Journal of Bioethics’ new sibling journals, AJOB Neuroscience and AJOB Primary Research.

These latest additions to the AJOB family will begin publishing in 2010 and each have 4 issues per year of exciting new content written by the top scholars in the field.…

Published Articles (41)

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 3 - Jul 2010

State Intervention in Couples’ Reproductive Decisions: Socioethical Reflections Based on the Practice of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis in France Chantal Bouffard, Julie-Kim Godin & Bénédicte Bévière

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 3 - Jul 2010

The Language of Hope: Therapeutic Intent in Stem-Cell Clinical Trials Christopher Thomas Scott, Mindy C. DeRouen & LaVera M. Crawley

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 3 - Jul 2010

Touting Stem Cells—We Have Seen the Enemy and He Is Us Arthur L. Caplan & Amy Y. Tsou

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 4 - Oct 2010

Review of Doug Wojcieszak, James W. Saxton, Esq., and Maggie M. Finkelstein, Esq., Sorry Works!: Disclosure, Apology, and Relationships Prevent Medical Malpractice Claims Court Lewis

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 4 - Oct 2010

Medical Students’ Willingness to Engage in Television Promotional Activities Neil J. Farber, Jacqueline F. Kerkow & Mary Devereaux

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 4 - Oct 2010

International Guidelines and Ethical Context Ben Chan & David Wendler

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 4 - Oct 2010

Twelve Years of the Brazilian Initiative to Create a Network of IRBs for the Ethical Evaluation of Research Studies Involving Human Subjects Ellen Hardy, Silvana Ferreira Bento, Eliana Maria Hebling, Anibal Faúndes, Maria José Duarte Osis & Maria Helena Sousa

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 4 - Oct 2010

Factors Associated with Quality of Informed Consent in Patients Admitted for Surgery: An Iranian Study Abass Sheikhtaheri & Mehrdad Farzandipour

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 4 - Oct 2010

Medical Paternalism or Parental Autonomy in Decision Making: A Portuguese Study in Premature Newborns Ernestina Maria Batoca Silva & Walter Osswald

AJOB Primary Research: Volume 1 Issue 4 - Oct 2010

Of Principles and P Values Emily L. Evans

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News (1)

May 11, 2012 11:54 am

Patients see benefits and risks to direct-to-consumer genetics tests (Medical Express)

Patients see potential benefits from direct-to-consumer genetic testing, but are also concerned about how test results will be used, and generally are unwilling to pay more than $10 or $20 for them, according to focus groups conducted by researchers at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.