Glenn McGee presented at the International Bioethics Conference of the United Nations and UNESCO.
The December 2011 issue of The American Journal of Bioethics features a special “trending” section on personalities and politics in bioethics.
Dr. Farr Curlin, assistant professor of medicine, and John Lantos, both University of Chicago, address the question: Should religion play a role in the practice of medicine?
Thousands of people are heading overseas to seek treatments for rare and terminal conditions.
A US judge blocks rules on embryonic stem cell research, and the ethical merry-go-round begins anew on this controversial issue.
Occasionally an institution needs to revise its ethics committee handbook.
Two pioneers of bioethics – Rosemary Flanigan and Robert Potter, get together to talk about the past and what the future will bring.
Shannon Stevenson, DO, MA and Dr. Jason Wasserman, Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, discuss moral reasoning in clinical ethics – how to define it and measure it. (May 22, 2012)
Annette Prince, University of Oklahoma, discusses the state of medical ethics and the law.
Ellen Averett, associate professor for health policy and management at the University of Kansas Medical Center, and Terry Rosell, the Rosemary Flanigan Chair at the Center for Practical Bioethics, address the question: