In September, The New England Journal of Medicine published an important study funded by the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics that measured the loss of trust in medical science as an institution that should be dedicated to trustworthy research for treatments that restore or maintain patients’ health.
An interesting cheating scandal recently rocked the 2012 Summer Olympic games. It didn’t involve gambling, blood doping, or performance enhancing drugs. In fact, the problem was with poor, not enhanced, performance. Eight badminton Olympians were disqualified because they did such a good job of losing.... Read more about The Ethics of Competition
OTIThe new white paper from @OTI, @NewAmerica, & @HarvardEthics outlines the equity, privacy, and civil liberties risks posed by digital contact tracing tools, and the safeguards that policymakers can adopt to mitigate these concerns. t.co/rb6JObed47
PetrieFlomThe Petrie-Flom Center and @SolomonCtrYLS are pleased to announce a call for abstracts examining the COVID-19 pandemic from several innovative perspectives, but especially focusing on its relationship with health law and policy. Details: t.co/ZhVYh5liO7t.co/cAbjcfpO4K