A New Edition of Bioethics Is Now Available

October 4, 2018

Bioethics (vol. 32, no. 6, 2018) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “Health Worker Migration and Migrant Healthcare: Seeking Cosmopolitanism in the NHS” by Arianne Shahvisi
  • “From Self-Interest to Solidarity: One Path Towards Delivering Refugee Health” by Peter G. N. West-Oram
  • “Discussing Rights and Wrongs: Three Suggestions for Moving Forward with the Migrant Health Rights Debate” by Nora Gottlieb and Yitzchak Ben Mocha
  • “Language Barriers and Epistemic Injustice in Healthcare Settings” by Yael Peled
  • “A Rights-Based Proposal for Managing Faith-Based Values and Expectations of Migrants at End-of-Life Illustrated by an Empirical Study Involving South Asians in the UK” by Jo Samanta, Ash Samanta, and Omar Madhloom
  • “Companions or Patients? The Impact of Family Presence in Genetic Consultations for Inherited Breast Cancer: Relational Autonomy in Practice” by Roy Gilbar and Sivia Barnoy
  • “Hit But Not Down. The Substance View in Light of Che criticism of Lovering and Simkulet” by Henrik Friberg-Fernros


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