Posts by Christine Mitchell
Bioethics Forum Essay
Should New Mothers With Covid-19 Be Separated From Their Newborns?
The Covid-19 pandemic has been characterized by many unknowns, chief among them in the world of pediatric ethics is the question of separating mothers who are infected or suspected of being infected from their newborns after delivery to reduce the risk of mother-to-child transmission. Guidance on this issue is conflicting.
Hastings Center News
New Hastings Center Fellows Elected
The Hastings Center is pleased to announce the election of 12 new Fellows. Hastings Center Fellows are a group of more than 200 individuals of outstanding accomplishment whose work has...
Narrative Ethics: The Role of Stories in Bioethics
Editor: Martha Montello What “narrative ethics” means and how it changes clinical ethics practice has been controversial. Its proponents are agreed, however, that it is an alternative approach to “doing...
Biographies are alphabetical by last name. Nancy Berlinger, PhD, MDiv Research Scholar, Director of Visiting Scholar Program, The Hastings Center Art Caplan, PhD Drs. William F. and Virginia Connolly Mitty Professor of...