Global Clinical Trials: Ethics, Harmonization and Commitments to Transparency By Rebecca Li, PhD; Mark Barnes, JD LLM; Carmen E. Aldinger PhD, MPH; and Barbara E. Bierer, MD Citation Li L, Barnes M, Aldinger C, Bierer B. Global Clinical trials: ethics, harmonization and commitments to transparency. Harvard Public Health Review. Spring 2015;6. DOI: 10.54111/0001/f2. Global Clinical Trials: […]
In this podcast, Sofia Weiss Goitiandia interviews the wonderful Dr. Nick about his work as a Medical Doctor and Co-Founder of OneDay Health in Northern Uganda.
In this blog post, Sofia Weiss Goitiandia writes about the centrality of narratives and storytelling in medicine. Long story short: in healthcare, the words we use matter.
The most personal blog post yet, as Sofia Weiss Goitiandia reflects on her own experiences to propose interdisciplinarity as a means of finding purpose and meaning in medicine.
People are currently living in a world of uncertainty. Within a matter of weeks, the life that everyone knew has been taken from them.
Edition 26 – Using Internet Search Queries on the Public Health Perception of Risk Towards COVID-19 to Predict Domestic Air Travel Volume in South Korea
South Korea has been praised for their efforts to contain COVID-19 as their daily tally of new cases remains lower than 30 cases throughout mid-April and May 2020.
The Ethics of Crisis By Justice Gordon Goodman Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Recognizing Social Media-Related Depression Citation Goodman J. The ethics of crisis. HPHR. 2021; 28. DOI:10.54111/0001/bb12 The Ethics of Crisis The harvest has passed, the summer has ended, and we have not been rescued. Over the […]
A first blog post drawing from philosophy of medicine asks: is it ethical to allow people to sell a kidney to overcome poverty?