Come to Honoring Choices Minnesota "Sharing the Experience 2016" on Thursday, July 21, 2016.
Rahul Koranne, MD, MBA, FACP
Chief Medical Officer
Minnesota Hospital Association
"ACP across Minnesota - A call to coll...
Assembly Member Gottfried
I was disappointed to see that A.B. 2140 has not advanced in the New York Assembly.
New York and other states provide a safe harbor for physicians and health care providers who adhere in good faith to valid advance ...
Last month, at a bioethics conference in Miami, I talked to clinicians at a number of different hospitals. They apparently take three different approaches to answering this question: "Does Florida require surrogate consent for a DNAR order?"
Over at his “Human Exceptionalism” blog, Wesley Smith has had a steady stream of recent posts about physician-assisted suicide (PAS), also called “physician-aid-in-dying” or “medical-aid-in-dying” (MAID). “Hat tip” to Mr. Smith for the story that introduced me to the “MAID” acronym. It is reported that Ontario’s College of Physicians and Surgeons think that the proposed law being considered by the Canadian federal government to allow... // Read More »
Join me for this webinar on June 1: "Career Paths in Public Health Law and Health Law."
I got a really nice email the other day, from one of the provosts at my university. Here is the highlight: “During the 2015 fall semester, in the categories of Quality of Course and/or Intellectual Stimulation, your course evaluations were … Continue reading →
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By Christopher S. Kovel, M.A. Today’s society is built and shaped by technology and scientific discovery but, surprisingly, pervading scientific denial lingers. Irrational skepticism and flat-out denial of uncontroversial theories is not just a rebuke of the facts of science … Continue reading →