Volume 8, Issue 2 (2012)
International Health Ethics At Its Core
Beginning with Dr. Kong's article, readers are catapulted with the reality that life happens. How does one respond to a mass burn casualty when supplies are limited, training is virtually nonexistent, and the healthcare provider is left to make decisions as to who will live and who will die? Can one ever be prepared for disaster health care? And, if one is trained and the event does not occur for the next 20 years, who is likely to remember the training? Explored are the ethical considerations one encounters as a health care provider who is left to navigate the playing field of death in the midst of human tragedy as the result of a natural disaster. Read more...
An Ethical Analysis of Reproductive Tourism and Technologies from a Multi-dimensional Lens
Lynnette Nathalie Lyzwinski BA, M.Phil. Candidate
Embarking on Unethical and Phony Research Activity
Abhinav Singh M.D.S, Ph.D. and Bharathi M. Purohit M.D.S, Ph.D.
Ethical Issues in Modern Day Dental Practice
Shivani Mathur M.D.S, Ph.D. and Rahul Chopra M.D.S, Ph.D.
Ethical Issues Surrounding Weight Bias and Stigma in Healthcare
Wren B. Hand MSN, RN; Jennifer C. Robinson PhD, RN; and Eileen Creel DNS, RN
Non-Consensual Care and the Pregnant Woman: An Ethical Concern
Alice Prive’ PhD, RNC and Stacy Serber PhD, RN