Category Law & Policy
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.
Mind the Ethical Gap in AI-Powered Drug Discovery
Dessislava Fessenko shows that while artificial intelligence might revolutionize drug development, its use comes with risks and potential ethical implications. Iterative ethics oversight from the get-go is needed to address the looming concerns.
Independence, Influence & Power: Canada’s Failed Medicine Pricing Reforms
Matthew Herder presents his opening statement to the House of Commons’ Standing Committee on Health on May 2, 2023. In February, Herder resigned from the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board (PMPRB).