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Meeting the Publishing Needs of the Bioethics Community

Meeting the Publishing Needs of the Bioethics Community Asian Bioethics Review (2021) 13:279–282 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41649-021-00179-x EDITORIAL NOTES Graeme T. Laurie Published online: 17 June 2021 © National University of Singapore and Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2021 The current editorial team of the Asian Bioethics Review has now been in post for 18 months. In that time, we have worked hard to build on the existing strengths of the journal and we know that there is still much to do to realise its potential in the field of bioethics publishing. As well as reaffirming the core commitment to promote collaborative research among scholars in Asia or with an interest in Asia, and in sup- porting multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary bioethical studies more generally, we have sought to respond rapidly to emerging challenges in bioethics. This has been demonstrated by our 2020 Call of Papers on COVID-19 in which we guaranteed feedback within 30 days of submission. We have extended these efforts to our review processes more generally, reducing our time to first editorial decision to 58 days in 2020, down from 137 days in the previous year. At the same time, we have remained conscious of the need to continue to support scholarship in bioethics more widely, as illustrated by our Special Issue in March of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Asian Bioethics Review Springer Journals

Meeting the Publishing Needs of the Bioethics Community

Asian Bioethics Review , Volume 13 (3) – Jun 17, 2021

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © National University of Singapore and Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2021
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1793-8759
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1793-9453
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10.1007/s41649-021-00179-x
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Asian Bioethics Review (2021) 13:279–282 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41649-021-00179-x EDITORIAL NOTES Graeme T. Laurie Published online: 17 June 2021 © National University of Singapore and Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2021 The current editorial team of the Asian Bioethics Review has now been in post for 18 months. In that time, we have worked hard to build on the existing strengths of the journal and we know that there is still much to do to realise its potential in the field of bioethics publishing. As well as reaffirming the core commitment to promote collaborative research among scholars in Asia or with an interest in Asia, and in sup- porting multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary bioethical studies more generally, we have sought to respond rapidly to emerging challenges in bioethics. This has been demonstrated by our 2020 Call of Papers on COVID-19 in which we guaranteed feedback within 30 days of submission. We have extended these efforts to our review processes more generally, reducing our time to first editorial decision to 58 days in 2020, down from 137 days in the previous year. At the same time, we have remained conscious of the need to continue to support scholarship in bioethics more widely, as illustrated by our Special Issue in March of

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Published: Jun 17, 2021

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