May Archive


20 May 2018 | Link
tags: clinical research, prison ethics
Researchers enter fraught area of clinical research

20 May 2018 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, guernsey, right-to-die legislation
Back door closed for right-to-die methods in the United Kingdom

20 May 2018 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, capital punishment, usa
If it works for underground assisted suicide networks, why not in prisons?

20 May 2018 | Link
tags: artificial intelligence, nuffield council on bioethics
Serious ethical issues emerge

Xavier Symons | 19 May 2018 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, california, law
Lawmakers are planning an appeal.

Xavier Symons | 19 May 2018 | Link
tags: abortion, ireland, media ethics
The "repeal" vote has a commanding lead, but the result is not a forgone conclusion.

Xavier Symons | 19 May 2018 | Link
tags: clinical ethics, informed consent, professional integrity, professionalism
It's more complicated than just not treating your child.

Xavier Symons | 19 May 2018 | Link
tags: assisted suicide, suicide, transgenderism, vsed
A transgender person chooses to end his life rather than suffer cognitive decline.

13 May 2018 | Link
tags: american medical association, assisted suicide, euthanasia, us
Recent report gives a respectful No

13 May 2018 | Link
tags: enhanced interrogation, gina haspel, torture
Senate urged to reject Gina Haspel as CIA director

13 May 2018 | Link
tags: circumcision, iceland
Jewish and Muslim communities alarmed

Xavier Symons | 12 May 2018 | Link
tags: death, organ donation, us, vital organ procurement
A teenage boy has woken up just a day before he was due to have vital organs removed.

Xavier Symons | 12 May 2018 | Link
tags: euthanasia, finland, spain
Spain will countenance a euthanasia bill after Finland resoundingly rejects citizens initiative.

Xavier Symons | 12 May 2018 | Link
tags: catholicism, ivf, malta
Malta is considering liberalising its restrictive IVF laws.

Xavier Symons | 12 May 2018 | Link
tags: clinical practice, professional conduct, racism
How can you avoid epistemic prejudice in clinical practice?



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