Tag: Center for Practical Bioethics

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December 18, 2012

Medical Interpreters and Patient Communications

Medical interpreters help patients, doctors communicate Kirsti Marohn and Stephanie Dickrell USA Today December 9, 2012Health care regulations require medical providers who receive federal funding to provide interpreters. There's al...
December 17, 2012

A Book on Pain 2013

A 2011 Report on Pain by the Institute of Medicine indicates some 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain.Author Judy Foreman will publish a book on pain in 2013 and talks about it in this edition of The Bioethics Channel with Lorell LaBoub...
December 12, 2012

Medical interpreters

Medical interpreters help patients, doctors communicateKirsti Marohn and Stephanie Dickrell USA TodayDecember 9, 2012Link to Podcast: The Ethics of Cultural Competency, Michael Brannigan, PhD, The Bioethics Channel, May 4, 2012
November 20, 2012

New Kidney Allocation - Ethical?

New Kidney Allocation Proposal Is Ethically UnacceptableLAINIE ROSSUS News & World ReportNovember 12, 2012The designers claim their model will get it right about 75 percent of the time. Knowingly designing a model with a 25 percent error rate, when...
November 19, 2012

A Voice of Pain -- Maggie Buckley

The Institute of Medicine reports more than 100 millionAmericans suffer from chronic pain at a cost of up to $635 billion each year in medical treatment and lost productivity.In this edition of The Bioethics Channel with Lorell LaBoube we introduce a v...
November 16, 2012

Late End of Life Talk Equal Aggressive Treatment?

Later End-of-Life Discussions May Mean More Aggressive TreatmentRandy Dotinga HealthDay ReporterUS News and World ReportNovember 13, 2012The findings show the importance of talking about a patient's wishes as soon as possible, said study author Dr. Jen...
November 13, 2012

Bioethics and Elections 2012

John Carney, President/CEO Center for Practical BioethicsNovember 9, 2012Elections 2012 are over and now it's time to analyze what's next for bioethics. John Carney, president and CEO of the Center for Practical Bioethics, talks about it&nbsp...
November 8, 2012

A Voice of Pain - Seth Haney

The Institute of Medicine reports more than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain at a cost of up to $635 billion each year in medical treatment and lost productivity.In this edition of The Bioethics Channel with Lorell LaBoube we introduce a ...
December 1, 2010

New Issue of AJOB Now Available!

The November issue of AJOB is available at bioethics.net. This special thematic issue addresses the issue of pain agreements between patients and physicians and the ethical issues raised by creating contractual relations between those using opioids and those prescribing them.…

March 24, 2010

Three Points of View on Health Care Reform: A Podcast and a Blog

The Bioethics Channel at the Center for Practical Bioethics presents an ethical analysis of the historical passage of health care reform.…

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