Tag Archives: informed consent

Would you donate to a biobank?

Center Director Dr. Tom Tomlinson and Raymond G. De Vries, Co-Director of the Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine at University of Michigan, have co-authored the article “Americans want a say in what happens to their donated blood and tissue … Continue reading

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Signed Off: Unconsented-To Cesarean Section, A Quarter Century After A.C.

This post is a part of our Bioethics in the News series. Visit this page for more information. By Deborah Fisch, JD The Texas case awaiting a decision from the Supreme Court heralds a new understanding of abortion rights in the … Continue reading

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A Non-Standard Practice of Medicine

A Non-Standard Practice of Medicine Event Flyer In the mid-1950s, physician James Burt began modifying episiotomy repair; two decades later, he offered ‘love surgery’ as an elective. In early 1989, shortly after several women accused him on national television of … Continue reading

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Two Brownbags in November: learn about UK health policy, decision-making in pediatric oncology

NHS reforms: What is the Reality of Clinician-Led Purchasing of Health Services? Event Flyer In 1948 the National Health Service was established as a tax funded health service available to all, free at the point of access regardless of the … Continue reading

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Join us for the upcoming Bioethics Brownbag & Webinar Series lecture with Karen Kelly-Blake

Shared Decision-Making: The Gold Standard in Patient-Centered Care, But is it Achievable? Shared Decision-Making (SDM), with patients requires that clinicians communicate effectively with patients and help them review screening and treatment options to make an informed decision. Implementation of SDM … Continue reading

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Join us for the upcoming Bioethics Brownbag & Webinar Series lecture with Karen Kelly-Blake

Shared Decision-Making: The Gold Standard in Patient-Centered Care, But is it Achievable? Shared Decision-Making (SDM), with patients requires that clinicians communicate effectively with patients and help them review screening and treatment options to make an informed decision. Implementation of SDM … Continue reading

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