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Promoting Dialogue through Diversity in Bioethics
Promoting Dialogue through Diversity in Bioethics
The articles that open and close this January 2023 issue of the Asian Bioethics Review each a...
Unity, individuality and uniqueness of the person in the risk/benefit balance of the use of nutrigenetic tests in clinical practice
De la Garza, A. L., & Zonenszain-Laiter, Y. . (2022). Unity, individuality and uniqueness of the person in the risk...
Privacy of information in qualitative social research: the transition to the digital world
Rapimán Salazar, M. E. ., & Chibey Rivas, T. J. . (2022). Privacy of information in qualitative social research: th...
Flourishing is not a conception of dignity
Flourishing is not a conception of dignity
Hojjat Soofi develops a modified version of Martha Nussbaum’s capability approach, which he offers as a conception of dign...
Medical ethics and the climate change emergency
Medical ethics and the climate change emergency
The editors of the Journal of Medical Ethics support the call of the UK Health Alliance on Climate for urgent action to en...
Dignity and exclusion
Dignity and exclusion
Soofi1 aims to develop an account of dignity in dementia care based on Nussbaum’s capabilities approach. He does this by d...
Reproductive carrier screening: responding to the eugenics critique
Reproductive carrier screening: responding to the eugenics critique
IntroductionReproductive genetic carrier screening (RCS) involves testing individuals or couples to determine their likeli...
Dignity in dementia care: a capability approach
Dignity in dementia care: a capability approach
In Ending Midlife Bias: New Values for Old Age, I argued that dignity can give practical guidance for patient care, especi...
Risk-relativity is still a nonsense
Risk-relativity is still a nonsense
In this short response to Gray’s article Capacity and Decision Making we double down on our argument that risk-relativity ...
How is COVID-19 changing the ways doctors make end-of-life decisions?
How is COVID-19 changing the ways doctors make end-of-life decisions?
BackgroundThe COVID-19 pandemic has transformed many aspects of clinical medicine, including, and perhaps especially, end-...
Does the General Medical Councils 2020 guidance on consent advance on its 2008 guidance?
Does the General Medical Councils 2020 guidance on consent advance on its 2008 guidance?
AbstractThe General Medical Council renewed its guidance on consent in 2020. In this essay, I argue that the 2020 guidance...
Does overruling Roe discriminate against women (of colour)?
Does overruling Roe discriminate against women (of colour)?
AbstractOn 24 July 2022, the landmark decision Roe v. Wade (1973), that secured a right to abortion for decades, was overr...
What moral work can Nussbaums account of human dignity do in the context of dementia care?
What moral work can Nussbaums account of human dignity do in the context of dementia care?
IntroductionAppeals to the dignity of people with dementia are widespread in clinical practice guidelines and policy recom...
Vaccine passports and health disparities: a perilous journey
Vaccine passports and health disparities: a perilous journey
Vaccine passports are certifications of vaccination used to promote public health by requiring proof of vaccination as a c...
Relational autonomy, vulnerability and embodied dignity as normative foundations of dignified dementia care
Relational autonomy, vulnerability and embodied dignity as normative foundations of dignified dementia care
Hojjat Soofi successfully developed a novel dementia-specific model of human flourishing.1 Based on a modified version of ...
Public attitudes about equitable COVID-19 vaccine allocation: a randomised experiment of race-based versus novel place-based frames
Public attitudes about equitable COVID-19 vaccine allocation: a randomised experiment of race-based versus novel place-based frames
IntroductionCommunities of colour, particularly Alaskan Native, American Indian, Black and Hispanic groups, have been hit ...
Protecting privacy in mandatory reporting of infectious diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives from a developing country
Protecting privacy in mandatory reporting of infectious diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives from a developing country
IntroductionFor diseases that threaten public health, it is important to have timely and accurate information about the di...
How low can you go? Justified hesitancy and the ethics of childhood vaccination against COVID-19
How low can you go? Justified hesitancy and the ethics of childhood vaccination against COVID-19
Should we vaccinate 12–15 year-olds against COVID-19? The UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) said...
Neurofeedback as placebo: a case of unintentional deception?
Neurofeedback as placebo: a case of unintentional deception?
AbstractThe use of placebo in clinical practice has been the topic of extensive debate in the bioethics literature, with m...
The ethics of semantics in medicine
The ethics of semantics in medicine
AbstractIn this paper, we discuss the largely neglected topic of semantics in medicine and the associated ethical issues. ...
The devil is in the details: an analysis of patient rights in Swiss cancer registries
The devil is in the details: an analysis of patient rights in Swiss cancer registries
AbstractCancer registries are an important part of the public health infrastructure, since they allow to monitor the tempo...
Human–Pig Chimeric Organ in Organ Transplantation from Islamic Bioethics Perspectives
Human–Pig Chimeric Organ in Organ Transplantation from Islamic Bioethics Perspectives
The use of pig derivatives in medicine is forbidden in Islamic law texts, despite the fact that certain applications offer...