Ethics & Medicine: Volume 36:3 Fall 2020

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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

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

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