Monthly Archives: June 2014
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.
Matthew Herder says it is unclear whether the ‘Protecting Canadians from Unsafe Drugs Act (Vanessa’s Law)’ will provide greater transparency in Canadian drug regulation.
Audrey L’Espérance interrogates medical and social understandings of infertility and access to reproductive technologies in the report of the Commissaire à la Santé et au Bien-Être in Quebec.
Elaine Craig defends recent decisions by the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society to refuse accreditation of Trinity Western University’s law degree program.