Issue 19(3): Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Emerging Technology

Issue 19(3): Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Emerging Technology

Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, Volume 19, Issue 3, 2022

Guest Editor: Evie Kendal


Michael Ashby

Despair of the Intellect, but Hope of the Heart?

Recent Developments

Neera Bhatia

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust v WV [2022] EWCOP 9

Symposium: Lead essay

Evie Kendal

Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Emerging Technology (ELSIET) Symposium

Symposium: Original Research

India Jane Wise and Pascal Borry

An Ethical Overview of the CRISPR-Based Elimination of Anopheles gambiae to Combat Malaria

Symposium: Original Research

Aline Ferreira

The (Un)Ethical Womb: The Promises and Perils of Artificial Gestation

Symposium: Original Research

Julian J. Koplin, Jack Skeggs, Christopher Gyngell

Open Access Ethics of Buying DNA

Symposium: Original Research

Janet Delgado, Alicia de Manuel, Iris Parra, Cristian Moyano, Jon Rueda, Ariel Guersenzvaig, Txetxu Ausin, Maite Cruz, David Casacuberta & Angel Puyol

Open Access Bias in algorithms of AI systems developed for COVID-19: A scoping review

Symposium: Original Research

Shawna Benston

Walking a Fine Germline: Synthesizing Public Opinion and Legal Precedent to Develop Policy Recommendations for Heritable Gene-Editing

Critical Perspectives

Jaime A. Teixeira da Silva

Handling Ethics Dumping and Neo-Colonial Research: From the Laboratory to the Academic Literature

Critical Perspectives

Brent Hyslop

Open Access Should older people ever be discharged from hospital at night?

Original Research

Johan Christiaan Bester

A Clinician’s Obligation to be Vaccinated: Four Arguments that Establish a Duty for Healthcare Professionals to be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Original Research

Hojjat Soofi

Open Access Respect for Autonomy and Dementia Care in Nursing Homes: Revising Beauchamp and Childress’s Account of Autonomous Decision-Making

Original Research

Mike Smith

Open Access Suicide Risk Assessments: A Scientific and Ethical Critique

Original Research

James B. Gould

Why Intellectual Disability is Not Mere Difference

Original Research

Alison Harwood, Drew Carter, Jaklin Eliott

Open Access A public health framework for reducing stigma: the example of weight stigma

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