Where to publish and not to publish in bioethics


Allegedly, there are over 12.000 so called predatory journals out there. Now, Stefan Eriksson and Gert Helgesson present an updated list of where tp publis and not to publish in bioethcs. 

Instead of supporting readers and science, these journals serve their own economic interests first and at best offer dubious merits for scholars. Stefan Eriksson, Associated Professor of Research Ethics at Uppsala University, & Gert Helgesson, Professor of Medical Ethics at Karolinska Institutet, believe that scholars working in any academic discipline have a professional interest and a responsibility to keep track of these journals. They see it as their job to warn the young or inexperienced of journals where a publication or editorship could be detrimental to their career and science is not served. 

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