Tag Archives: bioethics

Response to Carl Elliott: The Heroes that Bioethics Needs

Paula Chidwick, Jill Oliver, and Angel Petropanagos outline the qualities of adaptive leadership, an unacknowledged alternative to Carl Elliott’s false dichotomy, which depicts clinical ethicists as servants of health care organizations who are unable to make heroic choices as a way of effecting change. Paula Chidwick, Jill Oliver, and Angel Petropanagos outline the qualities of […]

Roles for Ethicists in COVID-19 Response

Marika Warren outlines roles health care ethicists can play in pandemic preparation, response, and recovery

Ethics at CIHR: Moving Forward

Vardit Ravitsky and Judy Illes provide a summary overview of progress being made at CIHR with respect to its ethics mandate.

GET OUT OF THE WAY to PAVE THE WAY

Barry Hoffmaster discusses Steven Pinker’s call for bioethics to “get out of the way.”

A Response to Richard Dawkins on Down Syndrome

Chris Kaposy argues that Richard Dawkins is wrong about what it is like to live with Down syndrome.