Subject: Clinical Ethics

Clinical Ethics, COVID-19 pandemic, Editorial-AJOB, Professionalism

Ethical Considerations for the Just Utilization of House Staff During the Covid-19 Pandemi...

The following is an editorial in the American Journal of Bioethics, March 2022 issue. It can be found here: ht...

March 8, 2022

Clinical Ethics, Editorial-AJOB, Pediatrics

Fetal Therapies and Clinical Research: Beyond Risk and Benefit 

The following is an editorial in the American Journal of Bioethics, March 2022 issue. It can be found here: https://ww...

March 8, 2022

Clinical Ethics, COVID-19 pandemic, Vaccines

Vaccination Mandates, Physically Forced Vaccination, and Rationing in the Intensive Care U...

The following is an editorial that can be found in a future issue of the American Journal of Bioethics. Background Vacc...

February 15, 2022

Clinical Ethics, Stem Cells

Gaps in the New Human Embryo Research Guidelines

by Kevin Wilger, MS             Earlier this year, the Internatio...

November 3, 2021

Clinical Ethics, COVID-19 pandemic, Health Disparities, Health Policy & Insurance, Health Regulation & Law, Justice, Social Justice, Vulnerable Populations

Standard Racism: Trying to Use “Crisis Standards of Care” in the COVID-19 Pandemic

By George J. Annas and Sondra S. Crosby This editorial can be found in the latest issue of American Journal of Bioethics...

July 30, 2021

Clinical Ethics, Justice, Science, Stem Cells, Vulnerable Populations

Stem Cell Bioethics vs. Disability Rights

by A. Rahman Ford, JD, PhD There can be no question that current FDA regulations regarding the use of one’s own stem c...

June 18, 2021

Clinical Ethics, In Memoriam

In Memoriam – Bob Orr, Clinical Ethics Pioneer

by Robert Macauley MD Next to “Clinical Ethicist” in the dictionary, there really ought to be a photo of Bob Orr. No...

June 11, 2021

Clinical Ethics, Ethics, Public Health, Research Ethics, Vaccines

Delaying Vaccine Dosages Is More Than Risky, It’s Unethical

by Elisheva “Eli” Nemetz, BA, MBE The field of bioethics emerged as a result of the atrocities attested to in the Nu...

April 9, 2021

Children/Adolescents, Clinical Ethics, Cultural, Ethics, Health Policy & Insurance, Health Regulation & Law, HIV/AIDS, Politics, Public Health

Immortal Surgeon General: C. Everett Koop, 40 years on

By Nigel M. de S. Cameron, PhD, MBA The remarkable impact on America of bearded, Presbyterian social conservative C. Eve...

March 27, 2021

Clinical Ethics, COVID-19 pandemic, Ethics, Public Health, Vaccines, Webinar

AJOB Webinar: COVID-19 Vaccines and Allocation

Check out the recording of American Journal of Bioethics’ latest webinar on the ethical issues surrounding allocat...

February 22, 2021

Clinical Ethics, COVID-19 pandemic, Professionalism, Public Health

Health Care Workers Need to Lead On COVID-19 Vaccination

by David Oxman, MD, HEC-C  Vaccines for COVID-19 are becoming available, with the first batches of a highly effecti...

December 21, 2020

Clinical Ethics, Editorial-AJOB, Ethics, Health Care

Planning for the Known Unknown: Machine Learning for Human Healthcare Systems

by Jonathan H. Chen MD, PhD and Abraham Verghese MD, MACP The post originally appeared as an editorial in the November 2...

October 26, 2020

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