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Bioethics authorship guidelines
  1. Udo Schuklenk
  1. Correspondence to Udo Schuklenk, Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Ontario Research Chair In Bioethics, Joint Editor-In-Chief Bioethics, John Watson Hall 308, Queen's University, Kingston ON K7l 3N6, Canada; udo.schuklenk{at}

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The JME published an interesting article by Drs Resnik and Master.1 The article purports to report the authorship policies of a select group of major bioethics journals. The authors derived their information about authorship policies from journal websites. They conclude that ‘most bioethics journals do not have any authorship policies’. Among …

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