Category Impact Ethics
The Impact Ethics blog (www.impactethics.ca) has a new home! The blog is now being managed by the Memorial University Centre for Bioethics (www.mun.ca/bioethics/). The Centre is an exciting new initiative in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University. The same editorial team will continue to be involved with the blog, but we have a new […]
The prisoners at the Burnside jail, a correctional facility in Nova Scotia, are engaged in a non-violent protest and calling for changes that will improve their health and well-being. Here is their statement.
Barry Hoffmaster discusses Steven Pinker’s call for bioethics to “get out of the way.”
Alice Dreger reflects on the role of Twitter in medical ethics.
Letitia Meynell argues that professional schools must both integrate ethics across their curricula and include ethics education taught by people external to the profession and the school.
Jason Behrmann, Marie-Josée Potvin, Vardit Ravitsky, and Bryn Williams-Jones argue that curriculum improvements are needed to support Canadian ethics educators in their training of future public health professionals