Engaging Bioethics: Confronting Conscientious Objection

KIE director Maggie Little takes to the pages of The Hoya with an editorial analyzing the moral dimensions of conscientious objection among health care providers. This editorial is part of the Engaging Bioethics series.

“The requirements for and limitations to conscientious objection are surely complex,” Dr. Little argues. “But medicine does best when it confronts them, because needs in medicine intersect with conflicts over values not just incidentally or occasionally, but deeply and persistently.”

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