Ever wonder what are the obligations by industrialized nations to the countries from which health care workers come? Are these workers free to move or are countries like the US and UK “poaching”?
Or considered what the long-term impact of implementing the Oregon Death with Dignity Act has had upon palliative care, assisted dying, and attitudes toward the end of life in that state and the US generally?
Can we come to a consensus on the standards for the standard of care for clinical trials around the world?
These are just some of the questions raised in this month’s issue of The American Journal of Bioethics. Click here to read the Table of Contents and find out more.
Summer Johnson, PhD