Category Research Ethics
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.
Human Genome Editing: From the First to the Third International Summit
Françoise Baylis discusses the outcome of the Third International Summit on Human Genome Editing.