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Alzheimer’s Canyon: One Couple’s Reflections on Living with Dementia by Jane Dwinell

October 10, 2022

In this guest blog post, alumna Jane Dwinell describes how her husband Sky Yardley's experience with Alzheimer's Disease led to their blog and co-authored memoir of his illness: Alzheimer’s Canyon:…

The Failure of State Government to Respond to the Reality of Bedside Rationing During the Pandemic

March 28, 2022

By Martin A. Strosberg, PhD – Professor Emeritus, the Clarkson – Mount Sinai Bioethics Program In March and April of 2020, all eyes were on New York City, as they…

COVID 19 and the Mental Health Effects of Quarantine

February 24, 2021

Dr. Shakel Henson, BSc, MD, MPH, MSc, MSc, MSBioethics, FRSPH, FRSTMH The coronavirus disease (COVID-19), a newly emerging infectious disease, has severely affected morbidity and mortality rates on a global…

Pediatric Gene Therapy Ethical Challenges in Clinical Trials – Lesha Shah MD

February 3, 2021 This is a recording of Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai's January 13, 2021 Center-Wide Ethics Luncheon. The Center-Wide Ethics Luncheon is a monthly lunch-time talk that is…

Bioethics in Our Dynamic Healthcare System

January 20, 2021

Clarkson University's Graduate Blog has a post, "Bioethics in Our Dynamic Healthcare System,"about the Bioethics Program; check it out here!

Paying What’s Due: Indian Residential Schools and the Canadian Health Care System

December 15, 2020

Irelie Riggle, MS in Bioethics student, Specialization: Policy In 2016, Indigenous people in Canada made up only 4.9% of the population, yet they have and continue to experience disproportionate rates…