Entries by Bioethics @WFU

Dr. Ana Iltis publishes in JAMA Psychiatry, October 2013

Ana Iltis, Associate Professor of Philosophy, was first author on a paper that just appeared  in JAMA Psychiatry (formerly Archives of General Psychiatry). The paper, “Addressing Risks to Advance Mental Health Research,” provides mental health researchers with practical approaches to identify, communicate, manage and justify research risks. For further faculty publications click here

Research Ethics – articles from Wake Forest University Conference in the latest edition of The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics.

Ana Iltis, PhD and Nancy King, JD, Co-Directors of the Center for Bioethics, Health & Society edited a group of articles in the Winter 2012 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics, published by the American Society of Law, Medicine and Ethics.    The articles resulted from the Center for Bioethic ‘s sponsoring of the November 2011 “Research Ethics Conference:  […]

Alumna appointed to American Society for Healthcare Risk Management Professional Ethics Committee

Lisa Hammon, RN, BSN, MA, a recent graduate from the MA Program in Bioethics, has accepted an invitation to join the American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) Professional Ethics Committee for a two year term starting in January 2013. The ASHRM Professional Ethics Committee is charged with the following:  To investigate and make recommendations […]

Michael Tennison, MA in Bioethics (’10), publishes “Neuroscience, Ethics, and National Security: The State of the Art”

Master of Arts in Bioethics graduate, Michael Tennison, published this essay in collaboration with Jonathan D. Moreno.  Tennison’s work explores the ethics of neuroscience research when utilized for national security/military purposes.  Mr. Tennison current serves as a Research Associate for the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues.  Read the full article here.