Audrey L’Espérance advocates for collaborative policy making on surrogacy in Quebec.
Pamela White provides a brief English-language summary of the recommendations of the recently released report of the Quebec Commission à la santé et au bien-être.
Katharine Browne raises doubts about the motivational model upon which pay for performance (P4P) schemes are built. Physicians are not selfish knaves.
Former sex worker Kerry Porth and policy expert Genevieve Fuji Johnson say that Bill C-36, far from protecting sex workers and communities, will create more harm.
Françoise Baylis and Jocelyn Downie challenge the recent reply from Minister Ambrose to a question on the Order Paper about ethics at CIHR.
Juliet Guichon puts in writing what many Canadian ethicists are wondering: Why do the Canadian Institutes of Health Research not want a person with ethics expertise at the helm of the ethics portfolio?
Michael McDonald and Daryl Pullman offer their observations on the dialogue at the recent CBS annual meeting on the state of ethics at CIHR.