Posts Tagged: Medical ethics

Surgical Devices and Placebo Testing – A Rehearsal

By Christopher Crenner Sometimes new forms of technology need a dress rehearsal before their premier. Early airplanes were like this, seeming to offer a lengthy prelude to Kitty Hawk. A succession of imaginative tinkerers and engineers worked on heavier-than-air machines

Surgical Devices and Placebo Testing – A Rehearsal

By Christopher Crenner Sometimes new forms of technology need a dress rehearsal before their premier. Early airplanes were like this, seeming to offer a lengthy prelude to Kitty Hawk. A succession of imaginative tinkerers and engineers worked on heavier-than-air machines

On Assisted Dying

By Kate Womersley One of Britain’s foremost polymaths, Raymond Tallis is a vocal supporter in the campaign for assisted dying to be legalized in the UK. He has a uniquely broad perspective on this issue as a medical doctor (specializing

On Assisted Dying

By Kate Womersley One of Britain’s foremost polymaths, Raymond Tallis is a vocal supporter in the campaign for assisted dying to be legalized in the UK. He has a uniquely broad perspective on this issue as a medical doctor (specializing