A British High Court Judge has ordered that a 7-month-old boy be given a meningitis vaccine.
She was sacked for refusing to participate in abortions
A Norwegian ethicist says Yes.
Leading editor responds to his critics
Ever thought of conscience as a 'resource' to be 'rationed'?
A well-known moral philosopher says issues of cooperation in wrongdoing are essential to understanding conscientious objection.
They need to give reasons for their refusals
The editors of two major bioethics journals calling for strict limits on “conscientious objection at the bedside”.
Activists claim that doctors will be forced to perform gender transition procedures.
Several bioethicists are campaigning for tight restrictions on conscientious objection in healthcare.
Does it lead to “bigoted, discriminatory medicine”?
A new UK Parliamentary Inquiry into conscientious objection was launched this month.
Commentators have clashed over the US Supreme Court’s decision not rule on the provision of contraceptives by conscientious objectors.
As Canada prepares to legalise euthanasia, an influential bioethicist dismisses appeals to conscience
a young Cambridge PhD candidate has reiterated his challenge the British medical establishment.
The BMA's restrictive position may not be defensible
They may not have the right to conscientious objection over euthanasia.
Sixty years after, Nazi cogs in the machine are still being put on trial.
Access is the responsibility of the community, not the physician, argues the Canadian Medical Association.
Article in PLoS concludes with call to respect conscientious objection
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