Are they really dead? Ethical Controversies related to Normothermic Regional Perfusion Donation after Cardiac Death
Jennifer Needle, MD, MPH; and Joel Wu, JD, MPH, MA, HEC-C, presented the Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds on 9/14/23: "Are they really dead? Ethical Controversies related to Normothermic Regional Perfusion Donation after Cardiac Death…
Catherine McCarty, PhD, MPH, MSB, HEC-C, is quoted in the September issue of the Medical Ethics Advisor article: “Ethicists Are Finding Ways to Meet Needs of Rural Clinicians.”
Miriam Shapiro, MD, presented the Department of Pediatrics Grand Rounds on 8/23/23: "Toward an Understanding of Teams and Teamwork in the PICU."
Professor Thaddeus Pope publishes chapter: “Is Consent Required for Clinicians to Make a Determination of Death by Neurologic Criteria?”
Professor Thaddeus Pope, JD, PhD, HEC-C, has published a chapter entitled “Is Consent Required for Clinicians to Make a Determination of Death by Neurologic Criteria?” in the recently released book Death Determination by Neurological…
“The goal of the trauma system is to decrease injured patients’ time to care by making sure their medical needs are appropriately matched with hospital resources.” said Minnesota Commissioner of Health Brooke Cunningham, MD, PhD. READ
New Case Commentary: Responding to Parental Objections Over Testing for Death by Neurologic Criteria
Clinical Ethicist Ian Wolfe, PhD, MA, RN, HEC-C, outlines an ethical approach to a challenging pediatric ethics case presented in the American Journal of Bioethics. Dr.
Congratulations to Debra DeBruin, PhD, on her Board Member of the Year award from the Bioethics Network of the Upper Midwest.
At the start of the new millennium, the first draft of the Human Genome Project was completed and announced by then-President Bill Clinton. In his speech on the achievement, the President praised the discovery and proclaimed that humankind…
The Neonatal Cardiac Care Collaborative (NeoC3) recently published a supplement in Pediatrics addressing issues from surgical timing to bioethical considerations. The supplement includes recommendations by Dr. Jennifer Needle, MD, MPH, and…
“I think there’s actually a problem when people who are experts and aren’t willing to exercise their expertise in ways that benefit both individuals and communities,” - Joel Wu, JD, MPH, MA, HEC-C.