CFS: Narrative Inquiry Bioethics

Call for Case Studies and Narrative Education Reports

Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics: A Journal of Qualitative Research is a peer-reviewed journal published by Johns Hopkins University Press.

Case studies. Case study articles are stand-alone articles that include an in-depth description and analysis of one or more instructive cases from health care that involve an ethical problem. The author or authors of a case study must be personally involved in the case being discussed. NIB welcomes case studies on a variety of subjects, including clinical care of patients, institutional undertakings, and policy initiatives. Case studies should be rich in description and should contain an analysis of the case that explores how the ethical challenges might best be addressed and what can be learned from the case. All case studies must adhere to the confidentiality principles outlined in the Author Guidelines. The editors may or may not invite commentaries on the case study. Case study articles should be 3,500-5,000 words.

Narrative Education Reports. NIB publishes reports on the integration of narrative writing, journaling, or literature into the education of health professionals. Articles may be written as case studies describing and evaluating educational programs or as outcomes research studies using qualitative or mixed methods. Narrative Education Report articles will ordinarily range from 2,000-4,000 words.

Author Guidelines and further information about the Journal are available at: http://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/narrative_inquiry_in_bioethics/guidelines.html

You may access a free copy of a past issue of the Journal here: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/narrative_inquiry_in_bioethics/toc/nib.1.1.html

Please direct inquiries and submissions to: narrativebioethics@gmail.com

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