South Carolina is the latest state to statutorily authorize POLST. Late last month, the legislature passed the “Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment (POST) Act.”
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Two major studies casting doubt on the ability of antimalaria drugs to treat #COVID19 patients were retracted Thursday after concerns over the integrity of their data sets #bioethics #researchethics https://t.co/8GQ1VecWgw
A Statement on Police Brutality from American Journal of Bioethics’ Editor-in-Chief https://t.co/PWacSoR0RC
“Which death do they choose? Covid-19 or police shooting?” @drvickiemays @nytimes
Despite fears of being infected with #COVID19, many Black men feel wearing a mask is a bigger threat than the coronavirus itself #bioethics #racialjustice https://t.co/c3njlt2dMj
Is #Bioethics silent on the suffocating effects of racism? What might a commitment to speaking against racial injustice in bioethics look like? Important piece by authors @zamina_mithani @JaneKCooper @JWesleyBoydMD #racism #discrimination https://t.co/K8x1QY1AQs
Challenge trials could be an important tool against #COVID19, but given the stakes of exposing volunteers to potentially fatal risks, we have to ask how likely they are to get us meaningfully closer to ending this pandemic @nytimes #bioethics https://t.co/GSAeBEkWm5