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Highlighted Research from our Bioethics Scholars

    May 5, 2021 Enter your password to view comments. Thinking Out Loud: The Ethical Implications of Neural Implants By Adaora Dadson  Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay This paper focuses on neural implants and how they could affect us as we encounter more advanced technology and medical procedures in a brave new world. Neural implants create electrical stimulation for the brain to counteract certain neurodegenerative

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    April 14, 2021 No Comments A Responsibility to Rank: Public System’s Role in Individual Well-Being Presentation by: Kate Lowry and Cecelia Reali        The COVID-19 pandemic is a national public health emergency that has dramatically exposed pre-existing pervasive health disparities in our society affecting two critical systems: healthcare and education. This presentation focuses on hospitals and schools while exploring their

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  • 2021 Virtual Bioethics Symposium
    April 14, 2021 No Comments Non-KPS Members: Register to Attend the Event Here 2021 Bioethics Symposium Schedule Tuesday, April 20th Learn more about each presentation here Opening Presentation (9:30-9:45 a.m.) Bioethics Scholar Sessions (9:50 - 10:35 a.m.) An Ethical Examination of the Obligations of Governments Locally and Globally for the Health of CitizensLife-Changing Technologies and their Ethical Implications: IVF and CRISPRScience vs.

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