• Academic Freedom in Medicine: Ethics and the Training of Sovereign Professionals

    3 GIU 2024 · In this episode, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks to Dr. David J. Skorton about academic freedom. David J. Skorton, MD, is president and CEO of the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges), a not-for-profit association that represents medical schools, teaching hospitals and health systems, and academic societies.
    36 min. 55 sec.
  • Do healthcare institutions have a conscience?

    1 MAG 2024 · In this episode, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks to Dr. Jason Adam Wasserman about Institutional Conscience. His new article is: Wasserman JA, Brummett AL, Navin MC, Menkes DL. Conscientious Objection to Aggressive Interventions for Patients in a Vegetative State. Am J Bioeth. Published online November 30, 2023. doi:10.1080/15265161.2023.2280099. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/38032547/ Dr. Wasserman is Professor of Foundational Medical Studies at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, where he also holds an appointment in Pediatrics, is the course director for the Medical Humanities and Clinical Bioethics curriculum, serves as the Founding Director of the Center for Moral Values in Health and Medicine, the Director of the Holocaust and Medicine program, and as a clinical ethics consultant at Corewell Health William Beaumont University Hospital.  His first book, https://www.amazon.com/At-Home-Street-Poverty-Homelessness/dp/1588267016 addressed the issue of homelessness, while his current scholarly work focuses on clinical bioethics and medicine and the Holocaust.  The second edition of his book https://www.amazon.com/Social-Behavioral-Science-Health-Professionals-ebook/dp/B082P94G8Z/ref=sr_1_1?crid=8FBUXLGA4U0M&dib=eyJ2IjoiMSJ9.2oNFIMJNyd4HX09e34s6kln6KMwG2aPHBoESRgpNb2l_DCZbxVXVluiL36Q8I4DnDmZ3Q1OyoW220mAOqNc7RJ0A6pQChDxl_ZvZx_q6cTHm3G_k5SAR1Fk9ktbUdz5sKFXy7mM6x5nUowGy3uUL4cqAnjYrs9QzMCQQYf4me5B7eAss1hHzsUXyB1dOtdSMSUQB95qHngXF0Yl0ho76_q9FmGJoBqLYabgah2CL_vY.1Rw6Gsu4EVBIoJddm_eSQuX7w2p2CH_XHkvrq1dcltY&dib_tag=se&keywords=Social+and+Behavioral+Science+for+Health+Professionals&qid=1714587070&s=books&sprefix=social+and+behavioral+science+for+health+professionals%2Cstripbooks%2C69&sr=1-1 (with Brian Hinote) was published in 2020 by Rowman and Littlefield.  He has authored numerous articles in journals such as Social Science and Medicine, Qualitative Health Research, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, American Journal of Bioethics, Hastings Center Report, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Pediatrics, JAMA-Pediatrics, and The New England Journal of Medicine.
    37 min. 53 sec.
  • Societal Informed Consent in the Age of AI

    4 APR 2024 · If we demand informed consent for individuals, why don't we demand it for all of society? In this episode, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks to Dr. Brian Patrick Green about technology and societal informed consent.  Brian Patrick Green is the director of technology ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University and teaches AI ethics in Santa Clara University’s Graduate School of Engineering. His work focuses on AI and ethics, technology ethics in corporations, the ethics of space exploration and use, the ethics of technological manipulation of humans, the ethics of mitigation of and adaptation towards risky emerging technologies, and various aspects of the impact of technology and engineering on human life and society, including the relationship of technology and religion (particularly the Catholic Church). Green is the author of the book https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781786600264/Space-Ethics and co-author of https://www.scu.edu/institute-for-technology-ethics-and-culture/itec-handbook/.
    38 min. 27 sec.
  • "Trust Me, I'm a Clinician": Medical Expertise, Trust, and the Patient Experience

    5 GIU 2023 · In this episode, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks to Dr. Jamie Carlin Watson, clinical ethicist for the Cleveland Clinic Center for Bioethics. Watson is the author of several books, including: A History and Philosophy of Expertise: The Nature and Limits of Authority (Bloomsbury, 2022), Expertise: A Philosophical Introduction (Bloomsbury 2020), and Moral Expertise: New Essays from Theoretical and Clinical Bioethics, edited with Laura K. Guidry-Grimes (Springer, 2018). https://jamiecarlinwatson.weebly.com/
    37 min. 7 sec.
  • Health Equity is the Goal, Health Justice is the Path

    22 MAG 2023 · In this episode, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks to Dr. Philip Alberti, https://www.aamc.org/ senior director of health equity research and policy, and founding director of the https://www.aamchealthjustice.org/. Dr. Alberti's work is fueled by the belief that solutions to health injustice exist within communities themselves, and that the path to better health goes beyond medical care to working alongside partners across multiple sectors that impact our everyday lives. Dr. Alberti's most recent publication is "https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1468-0009.12610" (Milbank Quarterly, 2023 Apr;101(S1):770-794.)
    46 min. 17 sec.
  • A Sociologist and a Philosopher Talk Medical Education

    8 MAG 2023 · In this episode, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks to Dr. Frederic W. Hafferty, professor of medical education at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minnesota. He is the author of “Into the Valley: Death and the Socialization of Medical Students” (Yale University Press); “The Changing Medical Profession: An International Perspective” (Oxford University Press), with John McKinlay; “Sociology and Complexity Science: A New Field of Inquiry” (Springer) with Brian Castellani, “The Hidden Curriculum in Health Professions Education” (Dartmouth College Press) with Joseph O’Donnell, “Understanding Professionalism” (Lange) with Wendy Levinson, Katherine Lucy, and Shiphra Ginsburg and “Place and Health as Complex Systems: A Case study and Empirical Test “ (Springer) with Brian Castellani, Rajeev Rajaram, J. Galen Buckwalter and Michael Ball.
    47 min. 59 sec.
  • The Philosophy of Disability: Equity, Justice and Health

    6 APR 2023 · In this episode of the COVID Ethics Series Podcast, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks with Dr. Joel Reynolds, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Disability Studies at Georgetown University, Senior Research Scholar in the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Senior Bioethics Advisor to and Fellow of The Hastings Center, and Faculty Scholar of The Greenwall Foundation. Dr. Reynolds is especially concerned with the meaning of disability, the issue of ableism, and how philosophical inquiry into each might improve the lives of disabled people and the justness of practices in medicine, science, politics, and law. Joel Reynolds can be found at https://joelreynolds.me/ Works mentioned: - Binkley, C. E., Reynolds, J. M., & Shuman, A. (2022). From the Eyeball Test to the Algorithm - Quality of Life, Disability Status, and Clinical Decision Making in Surgery. The New England journal of medicine, 387(14), 1325–1328. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMms2207408 - Reynolds, J. M. Three Things Clinicians Should Know About Disability. AMA J Ethics. 2018;20(12):E1181-1187. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2018.1181 - Reynolds, J. M., & Wieseler, C. (Eds.). (2022). The Disability Bioethics Reader. Taylor & Francis Group. - Reynolds, J. M. (2022). The life worth living: disability, pain, and morality. U of Minnesota Press.
    29 min. 15 sec.
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Clinical Decision Making: A Surgeon's perspective

    27 FEB 2023 · In this episode of the COVID Ethics Series Podcast, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks with Charles Binkley, M.D., FACS, HEC-C, the director of Bioethics for the health network’s Central Region, and also an associate professor of Surgery at the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine on his recent New England Journal of Medicine paper, “From the Eyeball Test to the Algorithm – Quality of Life, Disability Status, and Clinical Decision Making in Surgery,” which contends that more data and an empirical framework involving algorithms would aid doctors, who must seek out more input than just their sole observation of the patient in deciding whether a surgical intervention is “worth it.” 1. Binkley CE, Reynolds JM, Shuman A. From the Eyeball Test to the Algorithm — Quality of Life, Disability Status, and Clinical Decision Making in Surgery. New England Journal of Medicine. 2022;387(14):1325-1328. doi:https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMms2207408
    31 min. 16 sec.
  • How We Could End the Pandemic

    21 GEN 2023 · In this episode of the COVID Ethics Series Podcast, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks with https://vivo.brown.edu/display/eadashi. Dr. Adashi served as the Fifth Dean of Medicine and Biological Sciences at Brown University, and is presently a tenured Professor of Medical Science with the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. Since 2008, Adashi has undertaken to focus on matters of policy at the nexus of medicine, law, ethics, and social justice.
    28 min. 49 sec.
  • Physicians' Stress & Burnout During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    11 DIC 2022 · In this episode of the COVID Ethics Series Podcast, Dr. Bryan Pilkington speaks to bioethicist, Dr. Nancy Berlinger. Berlinger is a Research Scholar at The Hastings Center, an independent bioethics research institute based in Garrison, NY. Her current research focuses on ethical and societal challenges arising from population aging; the bioethics of migration, and responding to and learning from the Covid-19 pandemic.
    47 min. 47 sec.

The Health Ethics Podcast (formerly The COVID Ethics Series Podcast) relies on the idea that challenging ethical issues are best addressed by many folks, from diverse backgrounds, practically reasoning together....

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The Health Ethics Podcast (formerly The COVID Ethics Series Podcast) relies on the idea that challenging ethical issues are best addressed by many folks, from diverse backgrounds, practically reasoning together. Each week Professor Bryan Pilkington is joined by leading experts from medicine, nursing, and the health sciences, as well as political theorists, economists, ethicists, philosophers and lawyers for a conversation about ethical issues.
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