Ethics & Medicine History
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“For three decades, Ethics & Medicine has offered guidance to a perplexed world from the Judeo-Christian worldview and its Hippocratic medical vision.”
Nigel M. de S. Cameron, Founding Editor
Since 1984, Ethics & Medicine has tackled the tough issues of bioethics from an international perspective. The journal reasserts the Hippocratic consensus in medicine on the conviction that only a robust medical professionalism is able to withstand the challenges of emerging technologies and their clinical applications.
First published in Britain under the visionary editorship of Nigel M. de S. Cameron, PhD, the journal quickly gained international prominence and moved to address the developing bioethics agenda from the perspective of the Hippocratic tradition and the wealth of the Judeo-Christian worldview. Under the subsequent leadership of C. Ben Mitchell, PhD, the journal expanded both in its coverage of the ever burgeoning array of bioethical issues as well as the global range of contributors. Now published by the Bioethics Department of Trinity Graduate School and under the editorship of Michael J. Sleasman, PhD, that tradition continues.
Abstracts and Indexing Services
Ethics & Medicine is covered by the following abstracting and indexing services
ATLA Religion Database
Christian Periodical Index
Gale Databases, Cengage
The Philosopher’s Index
Religious and Theological Abstracts