Experts outline benefits and detriments of COVID-19 vaccine mandates.
White Americans benefit from greater than average spending on preventive care versus non-White populations
Ethics asks us to critically reflect on our judgments to determine the right thing to do.
A structured interview study sought to understand patient experiences after being withdrawn from a cancer clinical trial.
Health care professionals should know they are accountable for their actions but also feel comfortable that they will not be blamed for systems errors that are beyond their control.
AMA investigating how podcast and tweet, which contained controversial statements, were developed, reviewed, and published
For many health care professionals, successfully managing uncertainty means recognizing that surety is complicated and illusory and knowledge is iterative and provisional rather than definitive.
Sexist and racial/ethnic microaggressions against female and minority surgeons and anesthesiologists are prevalent and linked to burnout.
Only 7% of respondents said COVID-19 had motivated them to have a conversation with loved ones about their wishes if they became severely ill
We speak with Mildred Solomon, EdD, President of the Hastings Center and Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine at Harvard Medical School, where she directs the school’s Fellowship in Bioethics, about the COVID-19 pandemic, health equity, and vaccine distribution.