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"Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics is the most original idea I have seen for a journal in decades. Everyone agrees that respect for persons is a critical component of ethical behavior but somehow most of our journals are focused on the perspectives of academics not the people who experience the difficult bioethical dilemmas. We need to hear from everyone, the nurses aides who help people in and out of beds, the people with AIDS who get shunned by their neighbors, the doctors who have to negotiate with patients who want the ‘wrong’ treatments, and everyone else. Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics is giving a voice to everyone who plays a role in healthcare. It is a long overdue innovation."

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