Subject: Editor's pick

Cultural, LGBTQ ethics, Policy, Social Justice

Why Bioethics Needs Pride: Anti-LGBTQ Laws and Health Disparities  

So far this year there have been over 300 anti-LGBTQ laws introduced in the US, already breaking last year’s recor...

June 2, 2022

Education

Why Legacy Admissions Has No Place in 21st-Century Medical Education

Legacy admissions, which occur when an educational institution gives preference to certain applicants based on their fam...

February 28, 2022

The Limits of Our Social Lens on Abortion Laws (I’ll Take my Sunglasses Off)

You might ask what sunbathing topless at the beach in Ocean City, Maryland and having an abortion have in common. Well, ...

January 12, 2022

Black Bioethics, Race

Black Bioethics

The American Journal of Bioethics brings you free to access, peer-reviewed research that is facilitating the important c...

December 9, 2021

Black Bioethics, Cultural, Ethics

What Does it Cost to be a Black Bioethicist?

by Keisha Ray, PhD and Faith E. Fletcher, PhD, MA  Recently Leah Pierson wrote the essay “Becoming...

November 22, 2021

Justice, Professional Ethics, Professionalism, Social Media

Tik Tok Doc Sexual Assault Suit – What Does This Mean for the Anti-Harassment Movement?

Last night, my phone exploded with texts from colleagues when a former anesthesiology resident at Oregon Health Sciences...

March 1, 2021

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