Should Practicing Healthcare Ethicists be Advocates?
Angel Petropanagos and Andria Bianchi highlight the lack of agreement about what “advocacy” means in healthcare and suggest that a narrowly defined advocacy role is necessary for the work of practicing healthcare ethicists.
Clinical Ethics Training Opportunities in Canada
Megan Bailey and Babitha Paulose highlight the value of clinical ethics education and the need for more training opportunities within Canada.
CHALLENGING TIMES FOR LONG-TERM CARE STAFF
Mary Jo Bernard and Jodie Penwarden call for a review of practices and policies that contribute to hostile working and living conditions in long-term care facilities.
Scales and the Emotional Underside of Fatphobia
Michael Orsini explains the pervasiveness of discrimination, fear, and hatred related to ‘fatness.’