In the past several years, the United States has struggled to respond to viral outbreaks, such as Ebola and Zika. There is now an awareness of the need to rapidly develop vaccines and treatments for epidemics that can quickly spread from country to country. But questions remain as how to best co
Spencer Hey, Alex John London, and Charles Weijer argue that there is no better framework for justifying patient participation in research. But Annette Rid and Franklin Miller say that it is a mistake to require clinical research ethics to align with the norms of clinical practice.
Should physicians discuss climate change and its associated health effects with patients? And if they do, what’s the best strategy for communicating about fraught political issues in a clinical setting?