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JME Commentaries

The Journal of Medical Ethics would like to invite you to become a commentator for our Feature Articles!

Feature Articles represent the best of the best in terms of quality and attempts to move the field forward. We are now aiming to advance this by inviting authors to give new and unique perspectives on these existing fundamental concepts. If you would like to be alerted when a Feature Article is published so that you can submit a proposal for a commentary to the editors, sign up here. A Commentary should have a word count of between 500 and 1,000 words, up to 2 tables/illustrations and up to 10 references. To have your Commentary considered for publication, please submit your proposal via the online submission system here. Proposals should consist of a short (~150 word) description of the main point to be made in the commentary, how it will engage directly with a point or argument made in the feature article, and a 1-2 sentence description of background of the proposed author(s). For example, “[Name] is an [assistant professor] in [religious studies] at [institution] whose research/practice focuses on [insert relevant comments to topic at hand].” To view our vision on Feature Articles and Commentaries, please see JME Associate Editor Dr Jennifer Blumenthal-Barby's editorial here. Submit your proposal here!