Tag Archives: social media
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.
Sexual Assault in Medical Contexts
Celeste Orr considers routine sexual assault of people with intersex traits.
Analytics and the Prevention of Suicide
May 17, 2017 · by impact ethics · in Indigenous Health, Mental Health, Public Health, Science and Technology
Greg Horne describes how data on social media can be used to identify and concentrate resources on groups who are at risk of suicide.
Using Social Media to Sell Prescription Drugs
February 9, 2017 · by impact ethics · in Canadian Bioethics, Law & Policy, Pharmaceuticals, Science and Technology
Jean-Christophe Bélisle-Pipon and Stanislav Birko consider how direct-to-consumer marketing of prescription drugs using social media might be prevented by amending Canada’s Food and Drug Regulations.
Wait lists: Barriers to Trans Healthcare
Zack Marshall calls for comprehensive strategies to address long wait lists and other barriers to the provision and use of trans healthcare services.