Ethical perspectives in health care by members of the Health Care Ethics Internship Program.
HCEI Interns and Ethics Center bioethics staff share perspectives around a variety of health care and bioethics related ethical dilemmas.
International medical volunteering (IMV) refers to when individuals with health care training volunteer their time to work in a different country and has been described as “medical voluntourism” where seemingly altruistic volunteering is paired with an exotic vacation.
There are numerous ethical concerns around the growing prevalence of online, direct-to-consumer prescription services and, changes must be made to this system in order to mitigate these ethical pitfalls.
Current reproductive health care in the United States incarceration system does not meet ethical guidelines, leading to dire consequences for women and their newborns.
The panethnic identity cannot be fully embraced without acknowledging the unique experiences of the different Asian ethnic groups, especially when considering health outcomes.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, inequities in the health care system have become more prevalent among vulnerable populations, particularly among immigrant groups.