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by Ross E. McKinney, Norma Poll-Hunter and Lisa D. Howley
The following blog is an editorial found in the latest issue of American Journal of Bioethics.…Full Article
by Sally J. Scholz, PhD
This editorial can be found in the latest issue of American Journal of Bioethics.
In “Artificial Intelligence, Social Media and Depression,” Laacke and colleagues (2021) consider the ethical implications of artificial intelligence depression detector (AIDD) tools to assist practitioners in diagnosing depression or posttraumatic stress.…Full Article
by Robert Klitzman, MD
This editorial can be found in the latest issue of American Journal of Bioethics. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15265161.2021.1913894
On September 5, 2020, the International Commission on the Clinical Use of Human Germline Genome Editing, established by the U.S.…Full Article
by John H. Evans, Ph.D.
In this issue [of The American Journal of Bioethics], McCarthy, Homan and Rozier (henceforth MHR) make the case for re-stablishing the relationship between theological and secular bioethics.…Full Article
by Jonathan H. Chen MD, PhD and Abraham Verghese MD, MACP
The post originally appeared as an editorial in the November 2020 issue of the American Journal of Bioethics.…Full Article
by Justin C. Smith
Molldrem and Smith’s thoughtful article “Reassessing the Ethics of Molecular HIV Surveillance in the Era of Cluster Detection and Response: Toward HIV Data Justice,” calls attention to vitally important considerations in the implementation of molecular HIV surveillance (MHS) in HIV cluster detection response (CDR) efforts.…Full Article
by Edwin J. Bernard, Alexander McClelland, Barb Cardell, Cecilia Chung Marco Castro-Bojorquez, Martin French, Devin Hursey, Naina Khanna, Mx Brian Minalga, Andrew Spieldenner, and Sean Strub
As advocates and scholars, including people living with HIV, we have been engaged in a critical debate over molecular HIV surveillance (MHS), as well as its antecedent and future practices.…Full Article
This post will appear as an editorial in a future issue of the American Journal of Bioethics
by Robert Klitzman, MD
While attention has focused in many states and countries on the initial acute phase of COVID-19 pandemic and on lowering rates of infection and deaths, evidence suggests that among many survivors, the virus is causing ongoing symptoms that need to be more fully anticipated and addressed.…Full Article
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This piece appears as an editorial in the August 2020 issue of The American Journal of Bioethics. You can read this piece and others here.
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