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IJME’s 20th year: some new directions

Amar Jesani

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2012.001


With this issue of January 2012, the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics (IJME) is entering its 20th year of uninterrupted publication. In the last 19 years, the journal has never had to combine two issues, and has been published regularly in the first month of each quarter. This has been a remarkable feat for a journal on medical ethics and bioethics on a shoestring budget, with voluntary contributions of time and material resources from individuals. IJME has been able to afford some part-time staff support only for the last six years. More heartening than its survival has been the support, goodwill and enduring contribution of its readers and well wishers from India and abroad. Their number is so large that to mention every one of them is impossible. Many may not even like to be named as they have merely done what they considered right and relevant.

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