Subject: Global Ethics

Global Ethics, Neuroethics, Race, Social Justice

Engaging Social Justice: An Expanded Vision for Neuroethics

by Nicole Martinez-Martin, JD, PhD; Laura Y. Cabrera, PhD and Timothy E. Brown, PhD The novelist Arundhati Roy wrote tha...

October 20, 2021

Global Ethics, Health Disparities, Politics, Public Health, Social Justice, Vaccines, Vulnerable Populations

Vaccinating the World: The Problem with Drop-in-the-Bucket Thinking

By Govind Persad, JD, PhD The United States, after wasting over 15 million doses since March and with a stockp...

October 6, 2021

COVID-19 pandemic, Ethics, Global Ethics, Pediatrics, Vaccines

Juvenile Justice: Why It Is Ethical to Vaccinate Our Children Now

by Kyle Ferguson, Ph.D., and Arthur Caplan, Ph.D. On May 10, 2021, the F.D.A. authorized the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus...

May 25, 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

Ethics, Global Ethics, Health Care, Health Disparities, Health Policy & Insurance, Public Health, Social Justice, Vaccines, Vulnerable Populations

Priority Access to COVID-19 Vaccine and American Healthcare

by Susan L. Smith, PhD On either side of our country’s northern border, outrage is brewing about the rich getting prio...

February 11, 2021

COVID-19 pandemic, Global Ethics, Justice, Public Health, Social Justice, Vaccines

Can a Global Vaccine Strategy Prioritizing Covid-19 Variant Hotspots be Ethical?

by Richard B. Gibson Ensuring that healthcare resources are made available to those in the greatest need of them – be ...

January 14, 2021

Children/Adolescents, Cultural, Ethics, Global Ethics, Justice, Politics

Families Belong Together: Children Should not be Separated From Their Parents at the Borde...

by Asma Fazal, MD, MRCPI, MHSc Offering sanctuary to those fleeing conflicts is the most pressing human rights issue in ...

October 30, 2020

Ethics, Global Ethics, Health Regulation & Law, Justice, Public Health

Make lockdowns against COVID-19 outbreak ethical: What did we learn from Wuhan

by Sweta Dubey MBBS &  Siddhesh Zadey BSMS For the first time in human history, over 3.9 billion peop...

August 24, 2020

Clinical Ethics, Global Ethics

The role of the ethics consultant in triage: an Italian experience

by Mario Picozzi, MD Ph.D., Federico Nicoli, Ph.D., Paolo Severgnini, MD The Varese Hospital is located in northern Lomb...

June 16, 2020

Clinical Ethics, Decision making, Education, Ethics, Global Ethics, Health Care, Pediatrics

Suppressed Voices in Inter-Professional Conflicts

by Asma Fazal, M.B.B.S, MRCPI, MHSc   To care for children in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and the pedia...

June 4, 2020

Cultural, Ethics, Global Ethics, Health Care, Public Health

Overcoming the Pandemic: Social distancing, “Stay at Home” and Solidarity Works

by Father Marcin Ferdynus The COVID-19 pandemic is unprecedented in scope and beyond anything we have ever experienced. ...

June 3, 2020

Cultural, Decision making, Ethics, Global Ethics, Health Care

Mutual Self-Restraint: Social Distancing and COVID-19 in Japan

by Laura Specker Sullivan, Ph.D. and Dan Rosen, J.D. As Fairchild et al. describe in a forthcoming issue of the American...

May 28, 2020

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