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Attacks on Health Care in the War in Ukraine: International Law and the Need for Accoun...
JAMA Gostin LO, Rubenstein LS

Apr 2nd, 2022 - Attacks on Health Care in the War in Ukraine: International Law and the Need for Accountability.|2022|Gostin LO,Rubenstein LS,|ethics,legislation & jurisprudence,ethics,legislation & jurisprudence,ethics,legislation & jurisprudence,ethics,ethics,legislation & jurisprudence,

Unclouded Judgment - Global Health and the Moral Clarity of Paul Farmer.
The New England Journal of Medicine; Rosenbaum L

Mar 10th, 2022 - Unclouded Judgment - Global Health and the Moral Clarity of Paul Farmer.|2022|Rosenbaum L,|ethics,ethics,ethics,

Obesity action: Time to move from fragmentation and failure to solidarity and success.
BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.); Buse K, Ralston J

Mar 6th, 2022 - Obesity action: Time to move from fragmentation and failure to solidarity and success.|2022|Buse K,Ralston J,|ethics,ethics,

Navigating Clinical and Business Ethics While Sharing Patient Data.
JAMA Michelson KN, Adams JG et. al.

Feb 26th, 2022 - Navigating Clinical and Business Ethics While Sharing Patient Data.|2022|Michelson KN,Adams JG,Faber JMM,|ethics,ethics,

Exploring the Ethics of a Nurses' Strike During a Pandemic.
The American Journal of Nursing; Murphy MJ

Feb 25th, 2022 - It's usually considered a violation of professional ethics for health care workers, including nurses, to refuse to work during mass medical emergencies, especially if their refusal is over concerns like compensation. Strikes and other forms of work stoppage may result in harm to patients and, therefore, violate professional obligations of beneficence. However, in rare circumstances a health car...

Breast cancer screening in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review and ethical appraisal.
BMC Cancer; Martei YM, Dauda B et. al.

Feb 25th, 2022 - The aim of this systematic review was to evaluate the evidence and clinical outcomes of screening interventions and implementation trials in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) and also appraise some ethical issues related to screening in the region through quantitative and qualitative narrative synthesis of the literature. We searched Pubmed, OvidMEDLINE, Embase, and Web of Science to identify studies pu...

Commit to transparent COVID data until the WHO declares the pandemic is over.
Nature Mathieu E

Feb 24th, 2022 - Commit to transparent COVID data until the WHO declares the pandemic is over.|2022|Mathieu E,|diagnosis,epidemiology,mortality,epidemiology,ethics,methods,epidemiology,organization & administration,

Life Wisdoms.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Biggs TM

Feb 24th, 2022 - Life Wisdoms.|2022|Biggs TM,|ethics,psychology,ethics,psychology,ethics,psychology,

Global cropland could be almost halved: Assessment of land saving potentials under diff...
PloS One; Schneider JM, Zabel F et. al.

Feb 23rd, 2022 - The pressure on land resources continuously increases not only with the rising demand for agricultural commodities, but also with the growing need for action on global challenges, such as biodiversity loss or climate change, where land plays a crucial role. Land saving as a strategy, where agricultural productivity is increased to allow a reduction of required cropland while sustaining producti...

Manifestations, responses, and consequences of mistreatment of sick newborns and young ...
PloS One; Abuya T, Warren CE et. al.

Feb 23rd, 2022 - Despite efforts to incorporate experience of care for women and newborns in global quality standards, there are limited efforts to understand experience of care for sick newborns and young infants. This paper describes the manifestations, responses, and consequences of mistreatment of sick young infants (SYIs), drivers, and parental responses in hospital settings in Kenya. A qualitative formati...

Ethical and epistemic issues in the design and conduct of pragmatic stepped-wedge clust...
Contemporary Clinical Trials; Federico CA, Heagerty PJ et. al.

Feb 18th, 2022 - Stepped-wedge cluster randomized trial (SW-CRT) designs are increasingly employed in pragmatic research; they differ from traditional parallel cluster randomized trials in which an intervention is delivered to a subset of clusters, but not to all. In a SW-CRT, all clusters receive the intervention under investigation by the end of the study. This approach is thought to avoid ethical concerns ab...

Prevalence of questionable research practices, research misconduct and their potential ...
PloS One; Gopalakrishna G, Ter Riet G et. al.

Feb 17th, 2022 - Prevalence of research misconduct, questionable research practices (QRPs) and their associations with a range of explanatory factors has not been studied sufficiently among academic researchers. The National Survey on Research Integrity targeted all disciplinary fields and academic ranks in the Netherlands. It included questions about engagement in fabrication, falsification and 11 QRPs over th...

When I use a word . . . . St Bartholomew-onomastics and reputation.
BMJ (Clinical Research Ed.); Aronson JK,

Feb 13th, 2022 - When I use a word . . . . St Bartholomew-onomastics and reputation.|2022|Aronson JK, ,|ethics,

Being Older.
Diseases of the Colon and Rectum; Church J

Feb 10th, 2022 - Being Older.|2022|Church J,|ethics,psychology,psychology,physiology,psychology,psychology,

The impact of hyperlinks, skim reading and perceived importance when reading on the Web.
PloS One; Jayes LT, Fitzsimmons G et. al.

Feb 10th, 2022 - It has previously been shown that readers spend a great deal of time skim reading on the Web and that this type of reading can affect comprehension of text. Across two experiments, we examine how hyperlinks influence perceived importance of sentences and how perceived importance in turn affects reading behaviour. In Experiment 1, participants rated the importance of sentences across passages of...

The interaction effects of automation and population aging on labor market.
PloS One; Phiromswad P, Srivannaboon S et. al.

Feb 9th, 2022 - Automation and population aging are two major forces that will shape the nature of works in the future. However, it is not clear how these forces will interact with each other and affect the labor market. This paper examines the interaction effects of computerization and population aging on the labor market. We found that computerization and population aging have large and statistically signifi...

Medical Futility: Choosing the Next Intervention.
Southern Medical Journal; Myers RK, Weir A

Feb 5th, 2022 - Medical Futility: Choosing the Next Intervention.|2022|Myers RK,Weir A,|ethics,prevention & control,standards,trends,

Scientists deliberately gave people COVID - here's what they learnt.
Nature Callaway E

Feb 4th, 2022 - Scientists deliberately gave people COVID - here's what they learnt.|2022|Callaway E,|virology,virology,pharmacology,therapeutic use,complications,immunology,transmission,virology,immunology,ethics,virology,virology,ethics,virology,virology,pathogenicity,physiology,

Learning to think critically about health using digital technology in Ugandan lower sec...
PloS One; Ssenyonga R, Sewankambo NK et. al.

Feb 3rd, 2022 - The world is awash with claims about the effects of health interventions. Many of these claims are untrustworthy because the bases are unreliable. Acting on unreliable claims can lead to waste of resources and poor health outcomes. Yet, most people lack the necessary skills to appraise the reliability of health claims. The Informed Health Choices (IHC) project aims to equip young people in Ugan...

Citation bias: questionable research practice or scientific misconduct?
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine; Gøtzsche PC

Feb 3rd, 2022 - Citation bias: questionable research practice or scientific misconduct?|2022|Gøtzsche PC,|ethics,ethics,