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. Global Clinical Trials: Ethics, Harmonization […]
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 Citation Goodman J. The ethics of crisis. HPHR. 2021; 28. The Ethics of Crisis The harvest has passed, the summer has ended, and we have not been rescued. Over the breaking of my People’s Daughter […]
A first blog post drawing from philosophy of medicine asks: is it ethical to allow people to sell a kidney to overcome poverty?