New Articles from BMC Medical Ethics Are Now Available
March 18, 2020
BMC Medical Ethics has new articles available online.
- “Disability, Vulnerability and Assisted Death: Commentary on Tuffrey-Wijne, Curfs, Finlay and Hollins” by Tim Stainton
- “Mapping, Framing, Shaping: A Framework for Empirical Bioethics Research Projects” by Richard Huxtable and Jonathan Ives
- “Vulnerability Identified in Clinical Practice: A Qualitative Analysis” by Laura Sossauer, Mélinée Schindler, and Samia Hurst
- Reprogenetics, Reproductive Risks And Cultural Awareness: What May We Learn from Israeli and Croatian Medical Students?” by Miriam Ethel Bentwich, Michal Mashiach-Eizenberg, Ana Borove?ki, and Frida Simonstein
- “Ethical Considerations in Prehospital Ambulance Based Research: Qualitative Interview Study of Expert Informants” by Stephanie Armstrong, Adele Langlois, Niroshan Siriwardena, and Tom Quinn
- “Is Selecting Better than Modifying? An Investigation of Arguments against Germline Gene Editing as Compared to Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis” by Alix Lenia V. Hammerstein, Matthias Eggel, and Nikola Biller-Andorno
- “Donors, Authors, and Owners: How Is Genomic Citizen Science Addressing Interests in Research Outputs?” by Christi J. Guerrini et al.
- “Compensation of Subjects for Participation in Biomedical Research in Resource – Limited Settings: A Discussion of Practices in Malawi” by Wongani Nyangulu et al.
- “Analysis of Official Deceased Organ Donation Data Casts Doubt on the Credibility of China’s Organ Transplant Reform” by Matthew P. Robertson, Raymond L. Hinde, and Jacob Lavee
- “What Do Patients with Unmet Medical Needs Want? A Qualitative Study of Patients’ Views and Experiences with Expanded Access to Unapproved, Investigational Treatments in The Netherlands” by Eline M. Bunnik and Nikkie Aarts
- “Lessons Learned from Implementing a Responsive Quality Assessment of Clinical Ethics Support” by Eva M. Van Baarle et al.