Category Impact Ethics

Ethics Inside and Out

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.

Developing Innovative Curricula in Public Health Ethics Using an Empirical Approach

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

The Ongoing HPV Controversy in Canada

Juliet Guichon calls upon readers to help parents receive accurate scientific information from publicly funded school boards about vaccination that can help their children avoid certain cancers.

The Opacity of Bill C-17’s Transparency Amendments

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.

Why Buckingham’s Tenure is Small Stakes in a Big Game

Eric Newstadt argues that we should worry about the way that Universities are being transformed from institutions of higher learning into corporate training grounds that produce flexible workers and forms of knowledge that can be packaged, sold, and used to generate profit.