KIE affiliated scholar Carol Taylor discusses the Affordable Care Act, the Jesuit ideal of caring, and the nature of health and healing in this editorial in The Hoya.
KIE scholar John Langan asks tough questions about the current situation in Syria through the lens of just war theory for this installment of Engaging Bioethics in The Hoya.
KIE graduate fellow Travis Rieder discusses the ethics of massive open online courses in The Hoya, taking a critical look at the KIE’s own MOOC, due out this spring on the edX platform.
KIE scholar Tom Beauchamp tackles the Nuremburg Trials, research abuses in the US from 1940-1970, and the current status quo in research ethics in an editorial in The Hoya.
KIE graduate fellow Kelly Heuer examines the so-called “wisdom of nature” argument in bioethics and finds it lacking in an editorial in The Hoya.
KIE scholar Robert Veatch argues that employer-mandated health insurance plans constrain individual choice and autonomy over health choices for employees in this editorial in The Hoya.
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.
In this editorial in The Hoya, PhD candidate Yashar Saghai, whose dissertation is being supervised by KIE faculty, looks at paternalistic health laws across the US and argues that they don’t go far enough.