Current Issue

Ethics & Medicine: Volume 36:3 Fall 2020 (9/14/2021)

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CLINICAL ETHICS DILEMMA
Proposed Surgery During an International Pandemic
Ferdinand D. Yates Jr., MD, MA (Bioethics)
Pages 133–135

GREY MATTERS
Medicine Masked: Ethical Implications of Half-Hidden Faces During a Pandemic
William P. Cheshire, Jr., MD
Pages 137–142

GUEST COMMENTARY

A Forgotten Crown of Glory: The Elderly and COVID-19
Justin Chu, MA
Pages 143–144

ARTICLES

Triage in a Pandemic: Equity, Utility, or Both?
Paul Walker, MB BS, PhD
Pages 147–152

Kindness and the Ethics of Physician-Assisted Suicide
Dennis L. Sansom, PhD
Pages 153–173

Climate Change Related Health Hazards and the Academic Responsibility of Evangelical Bioethicists
Cristina Richie, PhD
Pages 175–188  [Open Access]

BOOK REVIEWS

The Death of Expertise: The Campaign against Established Knowledge and Why It Matters
Tom Nichols. New York: Oxford University Press, 2017.
ISBN  9780190469412,  272 PAGES, HARDCOVER.  $24.95  (Reviewed by Justin Chu, MA)
Pages 189–190

What It Means to Be Human: The Case for the Body in Public Bioethics
O. Carter Snead. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2020.
ISBN  9780674987722,  320 PAGES, HARDCOVER.  $39.95  (Reviewed by Cheyn Onarecker, MD, MA)
Pages 191–192