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On wealth and wrongdoing: how social class influences unethical behavior
Social class exerts a significant influence on ethical decisions and behavior. Psychological research finds that individuals from higher social class backgrounds are more likely to prioritize themselves---their individual ...
Surrogate decision making in the internet age
[Note: The slides are not available from this event.] The technology revolution has had an enormous effect on all aspects of the practice of medicine, from record-keeping to scheduling to billing to treatments to research. ...
Pharmacy ethics: a case-based introduction
Pharmacy ethics deals with better rather than worse decision-making and the safe and effective use of drug products. Pharmacists and pharmaceutical manufacturers should struggle with their motives, intent, acts, and outcomes ...
Physician stewardship of healthcare resources
Stewardship may be defined as the judicious management of resources that others entrust to one's care. Physicians are entrusted with decision-making authority in health care; decision making that often draws on pooled ...
Intersex: implications of umbrella terms in the interest of science
The intersection of science and identity intensifies the complexity of the umbrella term DSD (Disorders of Sex Development)/Intersex. The interest of science to classify DSD/Intersex conditions to formulate evidence-based ...