Yours, mine, or ours: cautions about LRT (18 August, 2017)
Journal of Medical Ethics is a leading international journal that reflects the whole field of medical ethics. The journal seeks to promote ethical reflection and conduct in scientific research and medical practice. It features articles on various ethical aspects of health care relevant to health care professionals, members of clinical ethics committees, medical ethics professionals, researchers and bioscientists, policy makers and patients.
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Nobody’s DNA but mine (18 August, 2017)
Ethical behaviour of physicians and psychologists: similarities and differences (18 August, 2017)
Left Of Bang Interventions in Trauma: ethical implications for military medical prophylaxis (16 August, 2017)
Ethical issues when modelling brain disorders in non-human primates (11 August, 2017)
Disorders of consciousness:
When ‘Sanctity of Life’ and ‘Self-Determination’ clash: Briggs versus Briggs  EWCOP 53 – implications for policy and practice (22 June, 2017)
Epistemic injustice in healthcare encounters: evidence from chronic fatigue syndrome (5 December, 2016)
Nudges in a post-truth world (19 May, 2017)
Advances in neuroscience imply that harmful experiments in dogs are unethical (24 July, 2017)
Global medical ethics:
3D bioprint me: a socioethical view of bioprinting human organs and tissues (20 March, 2017)