Tag Archives: consent
Jill Oliver and Paula Chidwick describe a locally initiated Ethics Quality Improvement Project that aims to reduce ethical errors related to transfers from long-term care homes to hospital emergency departments.
L. Syd M Johnson examines first of its kind research that aims to reverse brain death in humans.
Emily MacKinnon and Constance Crompton argue that the 1998 Supreme Court of Canada decision, R. v. Cuerrier, changed the law of sexual assault to encompass situations of HIV non-disclosure, and that R. v. Hutchinson – a 2014 case in which the accused sabotaged condoms to impregnate his girlfriend – illustrates the problems with the Court’s […]
Pat Murphy examines the case of spoon-feeding Ms. Bentley from a clinical ethics perspective.