Attitudes towards end-of-life decisions in case of long-term care dependency: a survey among the older population in Austria (24 February, 2017)
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Is there a place for CPR and sustained physiological support in brain-dead non-donors? (24 February, 2017)
Global medical ethics:
Ethical questions identified in a study of local and expatriate responders’ perspectives of vulnerability in the 2010 Haiti earthquake (24 February, 2017)
Triage, terrorism and translational ethics (23 February, 2017)
Family presence during resuscitation: extending ethical norms from paediatrics to adults (23 February, 2017)
A matter of life and death: controversy at the interface between clinical and legal decision-making in prolonged disorders of consciousness (16 December, 2016)
Epistemic injustice in healthcare encounters: evidence from chronic fatigue syndrome (5 December, 2016)
Victims, vectors and villains: are those who opt out of vaccination morally responsible for the deaths of others? (3 October, 2016)
Randomised placebo-controlled trials of surgery: ethical analysis and guidelines (24 October, 2016)
The concise argument:
Schrodinger’s fetus (14 December, 2016)