How is medical ethics debated in court? "If a Texas court ruling is allowed to stand, the state’s hospitals and doctors will have no room to make end-of-life care decisions based on independent medical ethics or individual conscience."
Vaccine drives against polio and yellow fever hold lessons that Americans could learn from as they try to vaccinate their way out of the Covid-19 pandemic https://nyti.ms/3sMvSe6
One year ago today, the CDC confirmed the first U.S. Covid-19 case. Since then, the virus has killed more than 405,000 people. https://www.politico.com/newsletters/politico-pulse/2021/01/21/biden-builds-out-his-covid-response-792897
Do we have an ethical responsibility to communicate COVID-19 diagnoses for the purpose of collective health security? This recent piece explores why some may feel motivated to keep their own diagnoses a secret and what effect that may have on the pandemic
Vaccine hesitancy has been an important topic for discussion regarding the #COVID19 vaccine. "How can medical and public health leaders work to overcome this hesitancy? To start with, acknowledge the historical reasons for black mistrust of medicine."