Subject: Health Care

Health Care

The Pandemic And The Atrophy of Primary Care

Steven H Miles, MD For the first part of my medical career, I worked in intensive care units, hospitals, clinics, and nu...

January 12, 2022

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

COVID-19 pandemic, Health Care, Health Disparities, Health Regulation & Law, Justice, Politics, Public Health, Social Justice

COVID-19 Proved That Americans With Disabilities Need Biden’s Infrastructure Plan. Lawm...

By Clayton Jones, LCDR, CHC, USN, Kevin Mintz, PhD, Andrew Peterson, PhD America is winning the battle against COVI...

June 16, 2021

Health Care

How The Pandemic Can Help Fix Maternity Care in the United States

by Raymond De Vries, PhD and Eugene Declercq, PhD The COVID crisis is shining a light on the way we organize our li...

April 28, 2021

Children/Adolescents, Ethics, Health Care, Health Disparities, Pediatrics

Umbilical Hernias: Systemic Racism, Dogma, And Pediatric Surgery

by Stephanie Preston, MD In the health professions, we have all been taught that some of the most common, chronic, and d...

April 13, 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

Ethics, Health Care, Public Health, Sports Ethics

This Bioethicist is (Maybe) Done With The NFL And Its Super-Spreader Event

by Keisha Ray, PhD On Sunday February 7, 2021, during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, 25,000 people gathered at&nbs...

February 7, 2021

COVID-19 pandemic, Health Care, Health Regulation & Law, Vaccines

Vaccination Against COVID-19 Needs to be Mandatory

by Matthew Cote, MD, FACEP As the first two major vaccinations for COVID-19 have started to be widely distributed in the...

January 18, 2021

COVID-19 pandemic, Ethics, Health Care, Professional Ethics, Public Health

Are Healthcare Workers Morally Obligated to Treat Covid-19 Patients?

by Vincent LaBarca, DNP Healthcare workers are dying. As of December 31st, 2020, more than 300,000 American healthcare w...

January 6, 2021

COVID-19 pandemic, Ethics, Health Care, Health Disparities, Public Health, Vaccines

The Disney Fast Pass of COVID-19 Vaccines: The Ethics of Paying to Jump The Line

by Daniel J. Hurst, PhD, ThM, MSc and Matthew Arbo, PhD The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)—the gr...

January 4, 2021

Ethics, Health Care

Goodbye 2020, Hello New Opportunities for Bioethics

by Keisha Ray, PhD and Alyssa Burgart, MD, MA Keisha Although I have been an editor at bioethics.net for 2 years now, I ...

January 4, 2021

Health Care, Public Health, Social Justice, Vulnerable Populations

Vaccinate me, But Not First

by Alyssa Burgart, MD, MA I could be vaccinated against COVID-19 before Christmas this year. I’m ready to roll up my s...

December 14, 2020

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