Subject: Social Media

Justice, Professional Ethics, Professionalism, Social Media

Tik Tok Doc Sexual Assault Suit – What Does This Mean for the Anti-Harassment Movement?

Last night, my phone exploded with texts from colleagues when a former anesthesiology resident at Oregon Health Sciences...

March 1, 2021

Gender Disparities, Informed Consent, Media, Politics, Privacy, Social Media

#MedBikini: A Lesson in Irony and the Pitfalls of Policing Professionalism

by Andrew Helmers, MDCM, MHSc (Bioethics), MSc, FRCPC The Journal of Vascular Surgery (and Irony) published a rather odd...

July 27, 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

Cultural, Ethics, Health Care, Justice, Pediatrics, Pharmaceuticals, Public Health, Social Justice, Social Media

Facebook, M.D.: When Social Media Replaces Medical Advice

by Keisha Ray, Ph.D. Like others in our WebMd culture I often go to the internet to research my symptoms, looking for po...

February 7, 2020

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