J. of Medical Ethics

J. of Medical Ethics

@JME_BMJ

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The problem in nursing homes is not Covid-19 – it is nursing homes. By Tania Moerenhout #COVID19 #coronavirus #bioethics https://t.co/lB4hKcjanF https://t.co/wLUbpKSRx2

The problem in nursing homes is not Covid-19 – it is nursing homes. By Tania Moerenhout #COVID19 #coronavirus #bioethics https://t.co/lB4hKcjanF https://t.co/wLUbpKSRx2

Immunity passports, fundamental rights and public health hazards: A reply to Brown et al. By Iñigo de Miguel Beriain and Jon Rueda Etxebarria @ruetxe https://t.co/DEMOFpm5I7 https://t.co/0XqKCenmah

Immunity passports, fundamental rights and public health hazards: A reply to Brown et al. By Iñigo de Miguel Beriain and Jon Rueda Etxebarria @ruetxe https://t.co/DEMOFpm5I7 https://t.co/0XqKCenmah

SCU's @mollymking (Sociology) reflects on the Americans with Disabilities Act and states "we have the opportunity as a country to take stock of early lessons learned about the vulnerabilities of our nation’s healthcare system," in a piece for @JME_BMJ ➡️ https://t.co/HhEBIrkZLx https://t.co/QT4KSIclOx

SCU's @mollymking (Sociology) reflects on the Americans with Disabilities Act and states "we have the opportunity as a country to take stock of early lessons learned about the vulnerabilities of our nation’s healthcare system," in a piece for @JME_BMJ ➡️ https://t.co/HhEBIrkZLx https://t.co/QT4KSIclOx

Lockdown is not levelling down. Free paper by Jonathan A Hughes responding to @juliansavulescu and James Cameron #COVID19 #equality #bioethics https://t.co/FDHtEfpkSm https://t.co/1AcQqdHRKx

Lockdown is not levelling down. Free paper by Jonathan A Hughes responding to @juliansavulescu and James Cameron #COVID19 #equality #bioethics https://t.co/FDHtEfpkSm https://t.co/1AcQqdHRKx

The public provision of ARTs in England: old arguments, new inequalities. By @lauraaodonovan and @SachaRWaxman #bioethics https://t.co/j14K1TaSbI https://t.co/zMVMGqWkyx

The public provision of ARTs in England: old arguments, new inequalities. By @lauraaodonovan and @SachaRWaxman #bioethics https://t.co/j14K1TaSbI https://t.co/zMVMGqWkyx

NICE Draft Quality Standards on FASD: A misplaced focus? By @R_Arkell #bioethics https://t.co/hBMIgA7VRM

Today's example of academic collegiality in service of argument: Answering the critics of the impairment argument against abortion. By Bruce P. Blackshaw https://t.co/HLtPNNHlaO https://t.co/xCrYCP7dDH

Today's example of academic collegiality in service of argument: Answering the critics of the impairment argument against abortion. By Bruce P. Blackshaw https://t.co/HLtPNNHlaO https://t.co/xCrYCP7dDH

The importance of mourning rituals to the dead. By Luís Cordeiro-Rodrigues. #Bioethics #COVID19 https://t.co/giw82S5G84

Indirect racial discrimination in COVID-19 ethical guidance. By Harleen Kaur Johal, Rachel Prout, Marianne Tinkler. #COVID19 #coronavirus #bioethics https://t.co/tKSEhF7V97

Psychiatric patients and the decisional authority in the context of euthanasia. Is the psychiatrist a competent gatekeeper? By Frank Schweitser #bioethics #consent #euthanasia https://t.co/vShLJAjCzY https://t.co/8cy436LTFk

Psychiatric patients and the decisional authority in the context of euthanasia. Is the psychiatrist a competent gatekeeper? By Frank Schweitser #bioethics #consent #euthanasia https://t.co/vShLJAjCzY https://t.co/8cy436LTFk

People with disabilities are worth saving, too: Ensuring healthcare equity during the COVID-19 pandemic. By Molly M King @mollymking #COVID19 https://t.co/hAOYzJLICH https://t.co/7oVPHfwXsE

People with disabilities are worth saving, too: Ensuring healthcare equity during the COVID-19 pandemic. By Molly M King @mollymking #COVID19 https://t.co/hAOYzJLICH https://t.co/7oVPHfwXsE

We love a good debate! Two of our Faculty members take opposing views in @JME_BMJ blog about whether #ethicists should be involved in treatment allocation decisions during #COVID19

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We love a good debate! Two of our Faculty members take opposing views in @JME_BMJ blog about whether #ethicists should be involved in treatment allocation decisions during #COVID19 https://t.co/snmNFVd78z https://t.co/ihPbqACM3n https://t.co/onXgrFeL0Y

We should sit this one out: Why ethicists should not help discuss treatment allocation decisions. By @claireihorner #COVID19 #coronavirus https://t.co/0qGNHkl8mu

Proving our worth: why clinical ethicists should help discuss treatment allocation decisions. By Trevor M. Bibler #COVID19 #coronavirus https://t.co/UZD8snWXDQ

PPE in the hospital: ethical decision-making that balances health professional wellbeing and duty to care. By @ethicsros Lynn Gillam, Danielle Ko, Isabella Holmes, Clare Delany https://t.co/rTC9bxFudL

Mechanical ventilators: the evidence of effectiveness. By @JonathanDarrow and Jing Luo #bioethics #COVID19 #coronavirus https://t.co/9TsCYmjARw

Patents, private governance and access to vaccines and treatments for Covid-19. By @AislingMMcMahon #bioethics #coronavirus #COVID19 https://t.co/oqsONZfcxn

Must Clinical Ethics Committees involve patients or families in their meetings? @NeonatalEthics and @ethical_mikey #bioethics https://t.co/Zy9WcGVJVk

We need to talk about corona apps. By Lucie White #COVID19 #coronavirus https://t.co/O7NL4giPjB

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