Richard Randolph, former associate professor of bioethics at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, explains why he thinks biomedical bioethics and environmental bioethics should not be considered as separate.
Dr. Richard Randolph, former associate professor of bioethics at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, explores three questions about religion that often collide with the medical ethics of treating pain:
Diana Doyle, Director of Community Experience Partnership (CEP), discusses CEP, a project of Atlantic Philanthropies, which engaged older adults in communities across the country to identify a key issue or problem and engage them to solve it.
Cultural fault lines exist in healthcare with clashing moral traditions, principles, values and beliefs, according to Michael Brannigan, PhD, the Pfaff Endowed Chair in Ethics and Moral Values at the College of St. Rose in Albany, New York.
An article in the April 2011 issue of the American Journal of Bioethics addresses ethical concerns over new recommendations for HIV testing, which appear to focus on implementation rather than the recommendations themselves, as discussed here with article co-author Teresa Celada of Wheaton College.