Rebecca Brendel, MD, JD, describes the resource document as a tool to help psychiatrists to think systematically and in a theoretically vigorous way about what values are at stake and why the particular situation poses a dilemma.
In this candid interview with Christine Mitchell, Executive Director of the Center for Bioethics, Dr. Angell discusses the progress that has been made in medical ethics, and the setbacks that have kept other issues in play.
Mildred Solomon, president and chief executive officer for the Hastings Center and Director of the Fellowship of Bioethics at Harvard Medical School, speaks on health care resource allocation at the DeVos Medical Ethics Colloquy presented by Grand Valley State University.
Connecting the human brain to a computer is no longer science fiction. Patients unable to control their bodies will soon be able to control computers and external devices, like wheelchairs, using only mental processes, by means of a brain-computer interface. A Neuroethics Seminar Series Event with Philipp Kellmeyer and Leigh Hochberg
A lecture by Sigrid Sterckx, Professor of Ethics and Political and Social Philosophy, Ghent University, Belgium; End-of-Life Care Research Group, Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Ghent University, Belgium; Bioethics Institute Ghent, Ghent University, Belgium.