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COVID and bioethics

Here you will find resources and links to ethical issues

“While there is no absolute duty to be vaccinated, you must consider the risk of spreading coronavirus to patients, particularly those who are clinically vulnerable.” @drcolinm @gmcuk and other experts discuss whether doctors must be vaccinated

As the pandemic worsens across London- Making the ‘least worst’ decisions: moral injury in the COVID pandemic https://bma.org.uk/news-and-opinion/making-the-least-worst-decisions-moral-injury-in-the-covid-pandemic… via @TheBMA
Mandating COVID-19 Vaccines—Ethical and Legal Considerations https://ja.ma/3o0Qn3U via @JAMA_current @JAMANetwork @QLeHingrat @DrAlexisTalbot @g_gendron @Echoraljpangio

Ethics lessons may have lasting impact outside the classroom. One college class discussion had weeks-long effects on meat consumption, for example. https://scientificamerican.com/article/ethics-lesson-may-hold-outside-the-classroom/
Two New England blizzards, two patients dying alone, and one resident desperate to bring their loved ones safely to their side for a final goodbye. Could one patient’s “good” death undo the harm of the other patient’s “bad” death?

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