Senior Research Scholar Henry Richardson has published a new co-authored paper in the New England Journal of Medicine. The paper, titled When Ancillary Care Clashes with Study Aims, examines whether medical researchers have a moral obligation to provide ancillary care in cases where doing so interferes with the study’s aims. Authors Richardson, Nir Eyal, Jeffrey […]
In the new book Current Controversies in Bioethics (ed. S. Matthew Liao and Colin O’Neil), Senior Research Scholar Henry Richardson contributes a chapter on ancillary care and the obligation of medical researchers to provide it, especially in developing-world settings.
Senior research scholar Henry Richardson will offer grand rounds at the University of Cincinnati Hospital, followed by two lectures on the moral dimensions of ancillary care.
Senior Research Scholar Henry Richardson will serve as one of two lead authors for a chapter on justice and the good as part of the International Panel on Social Progress in Istanbul, Turkey.
Senior Research Scholar Henry Richardson will be one of a select lineup of speakers at an upcoming workshop focused on current controversies in bioethics.
Henry Richardson gave the Presidential Address of Human Development and Capabilities Association (HDCA) annual conference, whose theme this year was “Human Development in Times of Crisis.”
KIE scholar Henry Richardson has been invited to speak at the President’s Commission on the Study of Bioethical Issues about his work on the ethics of ancillary care.
The President’s Commission on the Study of Bioethical Issues have asked KIE Senior Scholar Henry S. Richardson to speak at their 14th meeting to be held in Philadelphia on August 19th, 2013.
Scholar Henry Richardson’s Moral Entanglements: The Ancillary Care Obligations of Medical Researchers will be published by Oxford University Press.
KIE Scholar Henry Richardson works with others on a National Institutes of Health (NIH) project focused on developing new research ethics guidelines for disclosing genetic information to research subjects.
KIE Scholars Maggie Little, Henry Richardson, and Tom Beauchamp addressed Georgetown’s Board of Regents on the KIE’s Engaged Ethics Initiative for undergraduate students.
KIE scholar Henry Richardson serves on the UN’s UNESCO World Commission on the ethics of Scientific Knowledge and Technology (COMEST), and recently was part of the team submitting “A Framework of Ethical Principles and Responsibilities for Climate Change Adaptation.”
KIE affiliated scholar Henry Richardson was appointed to a four-year term on the World Commission on the Ethics of Science and Technology, whose current focus is global warming.