Tag Archives: ALS
Between Evidence & Advocacy in Public Engagement
April 15, 2018 · by impact ethics · in Disability, Neuroethics, Research Ethics
Shelly Benjaminy and Anthony Traboulsee reflect on effective public engagement in brain research.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Doing Good, Even if for the Wrong Reason
August 29, 2014 · by impact ethics · in Death & Assisted Dying, Health Research, Public Health · 5 Comments
Samantha Brennan considers the ethical tensions in the ALS ice bucket challenge.