Bioethics Certification Program News
Robert Klitzman explains the ethical issues involved in diagnosing someone whom he hasn't treated, and the difficulty in treating narcissists.
The book publishing magazine praises The Ethics Police? for its unique subject matter and potential impact on policy.
Marcia Angell praises Klitzman's nuanced approach in his book on how to make human research safe.
What can’t DNA tests tell us about our mental health disorders and how best to treat them?
Dr. James Colgrove discusses last December’s measles outbreak at Disneyland, Senate Bill 277, and the ethics of vaccinations.
The director of the M.S. program in Bioethics questions the ethics and efficacy of travel bans, an Ebola czar, and the stigmatization of a continent.
The M.S. in Bioethics program welcomed psychologist and author Jonathan Haidt whose TED Talks on politics, religion, and morality have been viewed widely.
Stopping the spread of Ebola entails a new dilemma -- challenging long-standing rituals of an at-risk community, writes Bioethics director Robert Klitzman in The Huffington Post.
Where does spirituality fit into medical practice? To find out, Medscape spoke with Bioethics program director Robert Klitzman.
From an ethical perspective, can clinicians treat the fast-spreading Ebola virus with experimental drugs? Bioethics director Robert Klitzman weighs in.