Navigation Links
Hastings Center Report expands reach through Wiley-Blackwell partnership
Date:8/4/2011

Malden, MA August 3, 2011 Wiley-Blackwell, the Scientific, Technical, Medical, and Scholarly (STMS) publishing business of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is pleased to announce a new partnership with The Hastings Center, to publish the Hastings Center Report, one of the leading journals in the field of bioethics. The partnership aims to broaden the reach of the Hastings Center Report, particularly by expanded access to libraries.

The self-published Report publishes essays, commentary, and scholarly and research articles on ethical and social issues raised by advances in medicine and the life sciences. Recent issues have included two seriesone on synthetic biology and one on psychiatric diagnosis and treatment in childrenas well as articles on paid organ donation in Pakistan, and paid oocyte donation in the United States. Articles in the Report are frequently cited by the media and generate significant debate on blogs.

The Hastings Center, one of the world's first bioethics research institutes, was founded in 1969, at a time when revolutionary developments such as organ transplantation and genetic testing were posing new ethical dilemmas for individuals and society. The Hastings Center Report was launched the following year to bring these and other emerging issues into public and scholarly debate.

"The relationship brings Wiley-Blackwell's expertise in publishing, without losing what has been attractive about self-publishing," said Gregory E. Kaebnick, editor of the Report and a Hastings Center Research Scholar. "Wiley-Blackwell will broaden the Report's reach and allow us to improve our service to authors and readers, but the Hastings Center will maintain its identity and control of its journals."

"We have long admired the work of the Hastings Center and very much look forward to building our publishing partnership with this esteemed bioethics research institution," Philip Carpenter, Vice-President and Managin
'/>"/>

Contact: Jennifer Beal
jbeal@wiley.com
44-012-437-70633
Wiley-Blackwell
Source:Eurekalert

Page: 1 2

Related medicine news :

1. The Hastings Center Report table of contents for September-October 2010
2. The Hastings Center Report table of contents for May/June 2010
3. Smoking Withdrawal Shows Up in Brain Mood Centers
4. University Hospitals Case Medical Center to begin clinical trial on experimental anti-TB drug
5. Survey: Ontarians expect better access to trauma centers for serious injuries
6. Hutchinson Center receives $8.2M to coordinate obesity and cancer consortium
7. Penn receives $10 million to create center for orphan disease research and therapy
8. Specialized regulatory T cell stifles antibody production centers
9. TGen, Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center studying new breast cancer drug
10. Columbia University Medical Center receives $38.9 million to help translate science into treatment
11. Boston Medical Center awarded $1M to expand HIV/AIDS patient care services
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:9/2/2014)... September 02, 2014 As an industry transformation ... an industry and predict change. Fortunately for him, that valuable ... to identify markets that are eager for change — such ... the hearing aid market indicated it was ripe for better ... Sapio explained. As a result, he took matters into his ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... available in Spanish . ... through an experiment conducted on rats, that hyperproteic diets could ... for groups with bone disease problems, such as the elderly ... vegetal proteinin the case of the present study, soy proteinis ... former increased the level of calcium in bones by as ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... in their work care for patients who are dying. ... that many nurses in training feel unprepared and anxious ... end-of-life care. , Scientists from the Sahlgrenska Academy have ... the University of Skvde and the Ersta Skndal University ... for dying patients, their ideas about how to support ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... 2014 Catalent, the leading global ... for drugs, biologics and consumer health products, today ... Eli Lilly’s growth, it is to install new ... Philadelphia Clinical Supply Center of Excellence. , Catalent ... its clinical supply facility in Schorndorf, Germany, providing ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... 02, 2014 Splashtop Inc. , ... partnership with NTT DoCoMo to deliver Splashtop ... Splashtop Business Lite is included in NTT DoCoMo’s “Business ... desktop software that empower users to remote access their ... garnered over 18 million users worldwide. Splashtop delivers ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:David Sapio Launches Zounds Hearing Franchise 2Health News:Study conducted on rats suggests that hyperproteic diets can be beneficial for bones 2Health News:Many nurses unprepared to meet dying patients 2Health News:Catalent Supports Eli Lilly's Growing Global Clinical Trials Needs with New Investment in Automated Packaging Solutions 2Health News:Splashtop and NTT DoCoMo Partner to Deliver “Splashtop Business Lite” Secure Remote Access Solution to Business Customers 2
... discovery in a Florida State University College of Medicine ... to one day help scientists learn how to stop ... are forming. , Jamila Horabin, associate professor of biomedical ... four-year, $1.2 million grant from the National Institutes of ...
... develop a custom solution for The Kidney Foundation of Canada that will ... ... (Vocus) January 9, 2009 -- Blackbaud, Inc. (Nasdaq: BLKB ) today ... of Canada that will create a unified national CRM and web presence., ...
... (PHILADELPHIA) Efforts to fight the toll of cardiac ... CPR education and improvement, public defibrillation programs, and quicker ... Pennsylvania School of Medicine reveals that the hospital where ... key role in their chances of survival following these ...
... Both a Membership Card and Debit Card for Health-related ExpensesPITTSBURGH, ... inconvenience often associated with a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) with ... card - which is unique to Western Pennsylvania - serves ... a debit card for out-of-pocket health care expenses.The My ...
... More than 1,800 in Florida Alone ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., ... franchise, announced today the launch of its low-cost, home-based ... consumers containing their comprehensive medical history. eMed-ID is ... medical history on an easy-to-carry or wearable USB device. ...
... to tomorrow,s (and even today,s) health problems may be ... 2009 Consumer Electronics ShowLAS VEGAS, Jan. 9 ... technology changing the way we shop, listen to music, ... family. However, managing an illness or disability remains a ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Researcher wins $1.2 million grant for gene regulation work 2Health News:Blackbaud to Deliver National CRM Database and Bilingual Website for The Kidney Foundation of Canada 2Health News:Blackbaud to Deliver National CRM Database and Bilingual Website for The Kidney Foundation of Canada 3Health News:Blackbaud to Deliver National CRM Database and Bilingual Website for The Kidney Foundation of Canada 4Health News:Penn study: Chances of surviving cardiac arrest depend on where patients are treated 2Health News:Penn study: Chances of surviving cardiac arrest depend on where patients are treated 3Health News:UPMC Health Plan Introduces `MyFlex Advantage' Card 2Health News:UPMC Health Plan Introduces `MyFlex Advantage' Card 3Health News:World's First Medical Identification Franchise Launches at Miami's Franchise Expo South 2Health News:World's First Medical Identification Franchise Launches at Miami's Franchise Expo South 3Health News:Meridian Makes CES Good For Your Health 2
(Date:9/2/2014)... 2, 2014  VentiRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a ... development and commercialization of novel Toll-like receptor ... U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has ... of motolimod (VTX-2337) when administered in combination ... treatment of women with ovarian cancer whose ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... , Sept. 2, 2014 Bluegrass ... company focused on innovating lifesaving devices and methods ... of Dr. Gabriele Niederauer , a seasoned ... Following the recent closure of Series A financing, ... the Surfacer™ Inside-Out Access Catheter System, a proprietary ...
(Date:9/2/2014)... LAUSANNE , Switzerland , ... after receiving ISO 13485 accreditation, Sophia Genetics has become ... mark for the clinical use of a Next Generation Sequencing ... assurance certification represents an important step in raising ... diagnosis, and brings Sophia Genetics, world-leading Data Driven ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:VentiRx Pharmaceuticals Announces Fast Track Designation Granted for Motolimod (VTX-2337), a Novel Immunotherapy for Women with Ovarian Cancer 2VentiRx Pharmaceuticals Announces Fast Track Designation Granted for Motolimod (VTX-2337), a Novel Immunotherapy for Women with Ovarian Cancer 3Bluegrass Vascular Technologies Names Dr. Gabriele Niederauer President And CEO 2Sophia Genetics Becomes the First European Company to Obtain CE-IVD Mark for Clinical use of Next Generation Sequencing Bioinformatics Pipeline for Routine Genetic Testing 2
... 20 The District of Columbia Patients, Cooperative ... the District of Columbia, has submitted comments to the ... on proposed regulations announced 45 days ago.   ... http://www.dcpatients.org/DCPC_comments.pdf along with the comments of cannabis ...
... NewBridge Pharmaceuticals FZ-LLC of Dubai, UAE announced today that ... Executive Officer and a member of the company,s Board ... joins NewBridge after a career extending over 29 years ... positions covering many geographies including; US, Europe, and Middle ...
Cached Medicine Technology:DC Patients' Cooperative Urges Changes to the Proposed Medical Cannabis 'Marijuana' Regulations 2NewBridge Pharmaceuticals Completes $12 Million First Close of Series B Financing, Announces Senior Executive Appointments 2NewBridge Pharmaceuticals Completes $12 Million First Close of Series B Financing, Announces Senior Executive Appointments 3
All welded construction for strength and durability. Choice of stainless steel or chrome plated models. One forward leg with caster for increased mobility....
All welded construction for strength and durability. Choice of stainless steel or chrome plated models....
All welded construction for strength and durability. Choice of stainless steel or chrome plated models....
Ideal for surgical procedures, these portable stands fit into tight areas for easy instrument access. Designed for limited space environments. Adjustable height for comfortable use while sitting or s...
Medicine Products: