Subject: Justice


The Retrievals, Episode 3: The Sentence

Welcome back to my analysis of The Retrievals – a podcast about women’s pain from This American Life and The New Y...

July 18, 2023

Health Policy & Insurance, Justice

The Misguided Conversation around Medical Crowdfunding

Heartbreak. Outrage. Urgency. These emotions describe what 22,292 people may have felt over five days in 2019 when they ...

September 26, 2022

Editorial-AJOB, Health Disparities, Justice, Social Justice

Editorial: Disability, Aging, and the Importance of Recognizing Social Supports in Medical...

By Kevin Mintz, PhD and David Magnus, PhD Note: The following editorial was recently published in the American Journal o...

October 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

COVID-19 pandemic, Cultural, Health Disparities, Health Regulation & Law, Justice, Public Health, Social Justice, Vulnerable Populations

Hey Siri, How Do I Say “Appendicitis” in Hungarian?

by Vincent LaBarca, DNP, NP-C Back in 2017, before Americans were considered a biohazard due to the country’s poor...

September 20, 2021

Conflict of Interest, Cultural, Decision making, Gender Disparities, Justice, Media, Psychiatric Ethics

#FreeBritney: Autonomy, Conservatorships, and Mental Health in America

By Jennifer L Young, PhD, Julia E H Brown, PhD, Nicole Martinez-Martin, JD, PhD  In a small but significant change ...

August 2, 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

COVID-19 pandemic, Environmental Ethics, Ethics, Informed Consent, Justice

Environmental Toxins Are a Threat to Informed Consent and Justice. How is Bioethics Going ...

by Keisha Ray PhD and Jane Cooper MBE One of the inequities to come out of the Covid-19 pandemic is an increase in the d...

June 28, 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 cel...

June 18, 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. Lawmak...

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

June 16, 2021

Health Disparities, Justice

Interrupting the Medical Ableism Feedback Loop

by Joseph Stramondo, PhD The COVID-19 pandemic reveals systemic health inequities in ways that are hard to ignore. ...

May 19, 2021

Ethics, Justice

Baring the Essentials

by Arthur Caplan, PhD Do Americans have any real sense of what it means to be an ‘essential’, worker who therefore shoul...

April 26, 2021

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