The Monash Bioethics Review Special Issue: Industry and public health. Who benefits?

Apr 05, 2009 Aug 14, 2009

The Monash Bioethics Review
Special Issue: Industry and public health. Who benefits?

The links between private industry and medicine are increasing, in both research and clinical care. Many of the key cases and discussions do not address the particular issues that arise when private industry interacts with publicly-funded institutions, such as hospitals and universities, and their employees. We are inviting authors to submit manuscripts that address any of the following: an empirical examination of the range of commercial activity now prevalent in public hospitals and universities, and of the opportunities and problems this gives rise to; an analysis of ethical issues; a critical assessment of various regulative possibilities.

Monash Bioethics Review is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal. Established in 1981, Monash Bioethics Review has a wide readership among bioethicists, medical practitioners, medical researchers, and ethics committees.

All manuscripts submitted for this special issue will be subject to peer-review.

Deadline: August 1st, 2009

Manuscripts marked ‘special issue’ to be submitted to MBR

Queries to
Linda Barclay
Co-editor, Monash Bioethics Review
Linda Barclay
Professor of Clinical Ethics
Philosophy Department & Australian School of Advanced Medicine
Macquarie University
NSW 2109, Australia
T: +61 2 9850 8858
F: +61 2 9850 8892

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