Monthly Archives: May 2013

La publication en libre accès, la bioéthique et le bilinguisme

Bryn Williams Jones explique comment il essaie de motiver une différence positive en bioéthique au Canada en promouvant l’érudition et le bilinguisme, et en contribuant à la formation de la prochaine génération de bio-éthiciens canadiens

Open Access Publishing, Bioethics, and Bilingualism

Bryn Williams Jones discusses how he is trying to make a positive difference in Canadian bioethics, by promoting Canadian scholarship, bilingualism, and teaching the next generation of Canadian bioethicists

Far Too Canadian? The Limits of Parochial Bioethics

Kirstin Borgerson discusses the current state of bioethics in Canada, and offers her view on whether a distinctly Canadian bioethics is needed. 

Informing Canadian Medical Tourists

Jeremy Snyder, Valorie Crooks, Krystyna Adams and Rory Johnston discuss their work on informing Canadians that participate in medical tourism

Is Sex-selective Abortion Worse than Sex-selective Coitus?

Mark Mercer argues for the immorality of sex selection, even if doing so did not involve abortion

Willing Physician Clauses in Canada

Ryan Tonkens discusses the impact of ‘willing physician clauses’ on physician-assisted dying and abortion in Canada