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The Hastings Center Report
The Hastings Center Report explores the ethical, legal, and social issues in medicine, health care, public health, and the life sciences.
- From the Editor: Choosing to Die
- Reevaluating the Ethical Issues in Porcine-to-Human Heart Xenotransplantation
- Xenotransplantation Clinical Trials and the Need for Community Engagement
- Burdening Others
- On the Authority of Advance Euthanasia Directives for People with Severe Dementia: Reflections on a Dutch Case
- US Lawsuit Claims Federal Law Can Require Emergency Abortions
- Zoonoses and Animal Culling: The Need for One Health Policy
- Errors in Converting Principles to Protocols: Where the Bioethics of US Covid-19 Vaccine Allocation Went Wrong
Ethics & Human Research
Ethics & Human Research (formerly IRB: Ethics & Human Research) aims to foster critical analysis of issues in science and health care that have implications for human biomedical and behavioral research, including developments that bring new challenges to existing ethical, regulatory, and policy frameworks governing research with humans in the United States and elsewhere.
- Ethical Frameworks for Disclosure of Alzheimer Disease Biomarkers to Research Participants: Conflicting Norms and a Nuanced Policy
- Participants’ Perspectives on Payment for Research Participation: A Qualitative Study
- Challenges and Possible Solutions to Adapting to Virtual Recruitment: Lessons Learned from a Survey Study during the Covid-19 Pandemic
- Demonstration Project: Transitioning a Research Network to New Single IRB Platforms
- Is Russia’s Research Ethics Culture Reliable?
Special Reports to the Hastings Center Report present the results of research projects. Reports may be single-authored or collections of essays prepared by members of project working groups, consensus documents, or lively conversations among those who reached differing moral conclusions about a project’s central questions.
Bioethics Briefings contain overviews of issues of high public interest, such as abortion, climate change, organ transplantation, and physician-assisted death. The briefs, written by leading ethicists, are nonpartisan, describing topics from a range of perspectives that are grounded in scientific facts.
- Pandemics: The Ethics of Mandatory and Voluntary Interventions
- Environment, Ethics, and Human Health
- Physician-Assisted Death
- End-of-Life Care
- Public Health Ethics and Law
- Law Enforcement and Genetic Data