Subject: Clinical Trials & Studies

Clinical Trials & Studies, Genetics, Research Ethics, Science

Share Your ELSI Research Tools

by Deanne Dunbar Dolan, PhD I write today to encourage ELSI scholars to deposit their published and unpublished res...

September 29, 2021

Clinical Trials & Studies, Cultural, Editorial-AJOB, Health Disparities, Human Subjects Research & IRBs, Justice, Research Ethics, Social Justice

Beyond the Belmont Report

by Wamia Siddiqui, BS and Richard R. Sharp, PhD The following blog is an editorial found from the Am...

September 27, 2021

Clinical Trials & Studies, Cultural, Health Care, Health Disparities, Race, Social Justice

Multiracial Healthcare: What About Us?

By Daphne O. Martschenko, PhD and Jennifer L. Young, PhD  June 12 was Loving Day – a celebration of the...

June 17, 2021

Clinical Trials & Studies, COVID-19 pandemic, Decision making, Global Ethics, Pharmaceuticals, Vaccines

AstaZeneca’s Vaccine Ethical Problem

Brian M. Cummings, MD and John J. Paris, SJ, PhD In The New York Times, almost overlooked amidst multiple arti...

March 29, 2021

Clinical Trials & Studies, Pharmaceuticals, Science

Vaccine Approval and Public Trust: The Dynamic Factors Influencing When a COVID-19 Vaccine...

by Berklee Robins, MD, MA & Ashley Sweet, MD, MBE Vaccines are approved when it is clear that the benefits to the in...

October 14, 2020

Clinical Trials & Studies, Ethics, Public Health, Research Ethics

The Limits of Individualism: Potential Societal Harms from the EAP for Convalescent Plasma

This editorial appears in the September issue of the American Journal of Bioethics by David Magnus, PhD This issue featu...

August 26, 2020

Clinical Trials & Studies, Pharmaceuticals, Politics

The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Problem of Pseudoscience

by Kiarash Aramesh M.D., Ph.D. The COVID-19 pandemic has been accompanied by a surge of pseudoscientific claims, sometim...

June 2, 2020

Clinical Trials & Studies, Media

The Moderna Vaccine Story is a Cautionary Tale for Coronavirus Reporting

by Jamie Webb MA, MSci ‘An experimental vaccine against the coronavirus showed encouraging results in very early testi...

May 29, 2020

Clinical Ethics, Clinical Trials & Studies, Decision making, Health Care, Informed Consent, Research Ethics, Social Media

A Novel Approach Using Social Media to Solve Medical Ethical Dilemmas and Legal Risks in t...

by Jing Wan,Yuqiong Huang, Amaneh Abdel Hafez Aljaafreh, Dandan Dong, Yali Cong , Jun Lin, Hongxiang Chen COVID-19 is an...

May 21, 2020

Clinical Trials & Studies, Ethics, Health Care, Health Policy & Insurance, Human Subjects Research & IRBs, Informed Consent, Pharmaceuticals, Politics, Public Health

My Experiences with Hydroxychloroquine Urge Caution and Ethical Research into COVID19 Ther...

by Keisha Ray, Ph.D. I take the drug hydroxychloroquine, brand name Plaquenil, for an autoimmune disease. Hydroxychloroq...

April 20, 2020

Clinical Trials & Studies, Conflict of Interest, Decision making, Health Regulation & Law, Informed Consent, Social Justice

When the Medical Director Abuses the Residents Under his Charge

by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. In a news item reported in Rolling Stone, NPR, and The Houston Chronicle, the medical director o...

April 14, 2020

Clinical Trials & Studies, Public Health, Research Ethics

Potential implications of testing an experimental mRNA-based vaccine during an emerging in...

by Ariadne A. Nichol, B.A. Development of experimental vaccines to combat the COVID-19 pandemic has been rapidly progres...

April 10, 2020

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