Tag Archives: medical research ethics

Nothing about us without us: An Inuk reply to exploitive research

Julie Bull articulates the duty of researchers to ensure ethical and responsible conduct of research with Inuit in light of recent media attention regarding skin graft experiments that occurred on Inuit in the 1970s.

Reversing Brain Death: An Immodest Proposal

L. Syd M Johnson examines first of its kind research that aims to reverse brain death in humans.

Pushing the 14-day limit on human embryo research

Françoise Baylis calls for a better alignment of the science and ethics of human embryo research.

Being and Becoming Compromised: Conflicts of Interest in Bioethics

Nicholas G. Evans makes the distinction between being partial and being compromised.

Corruption in a Bioethics Free-For-All

Kelly Hills joins the conversation on money, power, responsibility and accountability in bioethics and denounces corporate funding of bioethicists.

Judging Souls Versus Acts in Bioethics

Alice Dreger underscores the split in Bioethics being debated at Impact Ethics with the latest news from the SUPPORT trial controversy.