ABR Top 5: Most Downloaded Articles in 2018 – FREE Access until 31Oct19

These are the Asian Bioethics Review articles that were downloaded the most in 2018. Our publisher Springer-Nature graciously gives everyone free access until 31 October 2019!

2,000 downloads in 2018:

Jonsen’s Four Topics Approach as a Framework for Clinical Ethics Consultation

ABR 10(1): 37–51, March 2018

Hui Jin Toh1,3, James Alvin Low1,3, Zhen Yu Lim2, Yvonne Lim1, Shahla Siddiqui1 and Lawrence Tan1
1Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, 2National University of Singapore and 3Geriatric Education and Research Institute, Singapore

1,900 downloads in 2018:

Risks and benefits of human germline genome editing: An ethical analysis

ABR 10(2): 133–141, July 2018

Giovanni Rubeis and Florian Steger
Institute of the History, Philosophy and Ethics of Medicine, Ulm University, Germany

1,600 downloads in 2018:

Cultural Values Influence the Attitude of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean College Students towards Cosmetic Surgery

ABR 9(1-2): 103–116, July 2017

Nader Ghotbi1 and Mostafa Khalili2
1Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU), Beppu and 2Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan

1,200 download in 2018:

Development of Personal Data Handling Policy in Human Genome Research: a Historical Perspective in Japan

ABR 9(3): 183–197, October 2017

Hiroyuki Nagai
Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Japan

790 downloads in 2018:

A Doctor in the House: Ethical and Practical Issues when Doctors Treat Themselves and Those they are Close to

ABR 10(1): 3–19, March 2018

Kanny Ooi
Medical Council of New Zealand, Wellington

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