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Who we are: We are a collaborative of bioethics scholars interested in creating a more inclusive space to explore topics relevant to bioethics and the medical humanities while advancing equity and social change/restitution. Although we found our shared interests through our membership in the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Race Affinity Group, we are independent of ASBH and any other organization. The views expressed in this podcast are our own and the speakers and do not repre ...
 
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Host Jozef Zalot interviews prominent ethicists and medical professionals on the big issues facing health care today. "Ethics on Air" is a production of the National Catholic Bioethics Center. The views expressed in "Ethics on Air" do not necessarily represent those of the Editorial Board or the ethicists or staff of the National Catholic Bioethics Center. for more information on Catholic bioethics visit https://www.ncbcenter.org/.
 
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Our first podcast episode of 2023 features the latest article from our Intersections forum, which is now hosted on our all-new website at cbhd.org. The article is entitled "Embodied Souls and Ensouled Bodies," and it was written by our own Bryan Just, MA. Bryan also serves as our reader for this episode. If you had a chance yet, please do stop by a…
 
Dr. John Brehany, NCBC Director of Institutional Relations, joins Joe Zalot to discuss the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) revised messaging that Plan B is not an abortifacient. Resources1. Dr. John Brehany brief bio – https://www.ncbcenter.org/meet-the-ethicists/johnbrehany2. FDA, Plan B One Step Information – https://www.fda.gov/drugs/pos…
 
Dr. Birgitta Sujdak Mackiewicz shares a haunting clinical ethics consultation case that raises issues about advance care planning, the preferences of a patient and surrogate decision-makers, and religious commitments. Every patient brings with them a complex set of interests, wishes, values, and commitments. How should healthcare decisions be made …
 
In this Episode, Devan and Tyler discuss a challenging case that centers on a pregnant woman, a suspicion of cancer, and lots of uncertainty about what should be done. Although a common topic of discussion in the classroom, actual cases of maternal-fetal conflicts are relatively unusual. This is a case of a true conflict between a mother's interest…
 
Dr. Barrie Huberman joins Devan and Tyler to discuss a haunting ethics consultation involving a conflict about providing life prolonging medical treatment to a patient who attempted to commit suicide. *Content Warning: This episode includes discussion of suicide and a description of an individual who becomes critically ill after a suicide attempt. …
 
In this episode of the podcast, CBHD Executive Director Matthew Eppinette provides an end-of-year update and a preview of things to come in 2023. The challenges to life and health have only increased in significance. Genuinely Christian engagement is needed as much now as it has ever been. Please give as generously as you are able today! And please…
 
Amelia and Kirk interview Jada Wiggleton-Little who is a PhD Candidate at UC San Diego working primarily in philosophy of mind, social epistemology, and clinical ethics. Ms. Wiggleton-Little unpacks her theory called pain-related motivational deficit. Pain-related motivational deficits occur when a self-reported pain is believed but fails to motiva…
 
Kevin Dirksen, senior director of the Providence Center for Health Care Ethics, brings a haunting clinical ethics case that highlights the complexity of navigating disagreements between patients, family members, and the healthcare team. Kevin Dirksen is senior director of the Providence Center for Health Care Ethics and the Andy & Bev Honzel Endowe…
 
This episode of The Bioethics Podcast marks the launch of an all new cbhd.org website. The new website has a new look and feel and is mobile-friendly! In addition, we are moving our Intersections Forum (and the other content from Everyday Bioethics) to cbhd.org. To mark this occasion, we’ve reposted one of the first Intersections entries, entitled …
 
Robert Smedley, President of the Matthias Group, joins Joe Zalot to discuss how Catholic employers can maintain Catholic identity and mission in their employee health benefits plans, focusing specifically on pharmaceuticals.Resources1. The Matthias Group, LLC – https://matthiasgrp.com/. Contact info: smedley@matthiasgrp.com or 844-628-84772. “Missi…
 
In this episode, Tyler and Devan talk with Dr. Laura Guidry-Grimes about a case in which a medical team has to decide whether being a victim of domestic abuse disqualifies a patient from receiving an LVAD. *Content Warning: This episode discusses the reality of domestic abuse, but with no description of any abusive events. Relevant publications: Kn…
 
Listen to the whole team discussing the process of developing the Bioethics in the Margins podcast, where we've been on our podcast journey and where we hope to go. Amelia Barwise, Liz Chuang, Kirk Johnson and Nicolle Strand met each other in person for the first time ever this October in Portland, Oregon for the ASBH annual meeting. We heard some …
 
Dr. Marie Meaney joins Joe Zalot to discuss how her Catholic faith sustained her in her struggle with infertility, and inspired her to write the book "When Expecting Doesn’t Happen: Turning Infertility into a Journey of Hope." Resources1. When Expecting Doesn’t Happen: Turning Infertility into a Journey of Hope – https://stpaulcenter.com/product/wh…
 
In this episode, our first international guest! Dra. María Susana Ciruzzi (Suzie) tells us about a story from Buenos Aires of a young woman with a chronic illness who asks her doctors to help her die. Learn more about how the medical team responded to a request they couldn’t honor from a patient they knew well.…
 
In this episode, Tyler and Devan talk to Dr. Jessica Turnbull about a difficult case involving an infant with a severe brain injury. What do we do when a child’s parents make choices the health care team believes are not in the child’s best interest? When should we refuse to continue medical treatments? Who do we turn to when parents are suspected …
 
Bishop John Barres, ordinary of the Diocese of Rockville Centre (Long Island)—along with canon lawyer Fr. Brandon O’Brien—discuss the bishop’s governance with regard to Catholic health care, as well as his role in fostering its Catholic identity and ethical integrity.Resources:1. Bishop Barres’ webpage – https://www.bishopbarres.com/2. “The Pastora…
 
In this episode Dr. Abram Brummett discusses whether it is ever justifiable to deceive patients. He brings to us a case in which direct lying to a patient may have been in her best interest. Do you agree? Dr. Abram Brummett is assistant professor in the Department of Foundational Medical Studies. He teaches medical humanities and clinical bioethics…
 
This episode is all about a new book just released by The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity entitled Bioethics in Real Life: Lessons We’re Learning from COVID-19. While we may be a bit weary of thinking about COVID, this book is actually forward-looking. It asks: what can we take away from the COVID experience that will help us face similar chal…
 
In this episode, Kirk and Amanda interview Ander Etxeberria-Otadui, the head of Mondragon’s cooperative outreach program. Mr. Etxeberria shares the unique and fascinating history of the Mondragon Corporation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mondragon_Corporation, as we discuss the impact of solidarity on health and wellbeing. Mr. Etxeberria explains t…
 
Jenny Ingles, Director of Fertility and Life Ministries for the Diocese of Lansing, Michigan, discusses her state’s Proposal 3. If enacted by voters, Proposal 3 would enshrine the so-called right to abortion in the Michigan state constitution. Resources1. Diocese of Lansing, MI: “Fight Like Heaven: Vote NO on Proposal 3” – https://www.dioceseoflans…
 
Pharmacy resident Angela Baalmann discusses ethical challenges facing faithful Catholic pharmacists drawing from her article “Pharmacist Refusal to Provide Contraceptive Services” published in the Spring 2022 edition of The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly.Resources1. “Pharmacist Refusal to Provide Contraceptive Services” – https://www.pdcnet.…
 
At the start of this semester, one of our MA in Bioethics students, Stephen Largent, wrote a letter describing his appreciation for CBHD's work, and urging those who can to financially support the work of the center. Here is the letter in it's entirety: "Dear Friend of CBHD, The work of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity is a great help to me…
 
We interview Christopher D.E. Willoughby is a historian of slavery and medicine in the United States and a Visiting Assistant Professor of the History of Medicine and Health at Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He is the author of the book Masters of Health: Racial Science and Slavery in U.S. Medical Schools, which will be published this Nov…
 
Dr. George Mychaskiw discusses the proposed St. Padre Pio Institute for the Relief of Suffering, School of Osteopathic Medicine, an institute that will “train faithful physicians in the Catholic framework, and through their practice of medicine evangelize the good news of Jesus Christ.”1. St. Padre Pio Institute for the Relief of Suffering, School …
 
In this episode of the podcast, CBHD Executive Director Matthew Eppinette interviews Heather Zeiger, CBHD Research Analyst as well as editor and project manager of our recently released report on “Fetal Tissue Research and Christian Bioethics.” This report has been several years in the making, and arrives at a particularly important time – fetal ti…
 
Religious liberty attorney Eric Kniffin returns to Bioethics on Air to break down US Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito’s majority opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health, the case that reversed Roe v. Wade. Kniffin addresses originalism, how Roe was “egregiously wrong,” and why stare decisis did not apply in Dobbs. Note: Although not discussed,…
 
Tyler and Devan interview presenters at the UnConference in Clinical Ethics. Several articles arising from the 2022 Unconference are anticipated to be published in the Winter 2022 issue of The Journal of Clinical Ethics. Articles from prior Unconferences can be found in the Fall 2019 and Fall 2020 issues of The Journal of Clinical Ethics.…
 
Embed Block Add an embed URL or code. Learn more Tyler and Devan meet with the planners and originators of the UnConferences in Clinical Ethics and hear about their goals and intentions for the UnConference. We also discuss how the UnConference is unique and valuable. In this episode you will meet: Hilary Mabel and Jordan Potter from Wellstar Healt…
 
Diocesan pro-life leaders Allison LeDoux (Worcester, MA) and Fr. Peter Ascik (Charlotte, NC) discuss the opportunities provided by, and the challenges facing, the Catholic Church in the post-Dobbs world. They also address the Church’s ongoing efforts to promote the culture of life in the United States.Resources:1. Respect Life Office, Diocese of Wo…
 
In this special, mini-season of Bioethics for the People, we are focusing on the “UnConference” in Clinical Ethics, hosted by Wellstar Health in Atlanta. What is an an UnConference? Stay tuned because we are going deep into the UnConference, its origins and goals, and interview planners and participants. Episodes will be available in August. https:…
 
CBHD Executive Director, Matthew Eppinette, interviews his senior pastor, Bo Collins regarding his recent attendance at CBHD's summer conference Pastors Workshop in Deerfield Illinois at the end of June. Bo gives insight and feedback into the topics covered within the workshop, and even turns the tables on Matthew; the interviewer becomes the inter…
 
In part 2 of their interview, nursing student Elizabeth Niekrewicz and nurse educator DiAnn Ecret address concrete, practical steps that nursing students (and others) can take to protect their conscience rights in an increasingly hostile medical environment.Resources:1. Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for Ethics in Health Care, http…
 
Nursing student Elizabeth Niekrewicz and nurse educator DiAnn Ecret address ethical challenges facing nursing students both in the classroom and in clinicals. Issues discussed include the importance of—and changing nature of—the American Nurses Association Code of Ethics, hierarchal power dynamics, and differing interpretations of the term advocacy…
 
This episode features Dr. Jeff Barrows (Senior Vice President of Bioethics and Public Policy for the Christian Medical & Dental Associations) and will provide stories of conscience involving healthcare professionals seeking to practice medicine according to Biblical and Hippocratic principles, but have been confronted with scenarios in which they w…
 
In our final episode of season 2, we welcome Bryan Pilkington (@bcpethics) A,ssociate Professor in the School of Health and Medical Sciences, Adjunct Associate Professor in the College of Nursing, and Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Philosophy at Seton Hall University. He is also Professor at the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine. His …
 
In part two of her interview, Grace-Marie Turner, President of the Galen Institute, addresses issues of cost, waste, and accessibility within the US health care sector. She also explains free market proposals for reform offered by the Health Policy Consensus Group in its publication Health Care Choices 2020: A Vision for the Future.Resources1. Gale…
 
Join us as we hear Bryan Just read an Introduction to Reproductive Technologies by Dr. Brent Waters who is part of the Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity as a Senior Fellow. This comes to us at the perfect time as our Pastors Conference, in conjunction with our CBHD Annual Conference, focuses on Reproductive Technologies. If you or someone you kn…
 
In the first of a two-part interview, Grace-Marie Turner, President of the Galen Institute, explains both the history and the many challenges facing the US health care sector, focusing on the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). She also discusses the impact of implementing a single-payer system, or “Medicare for All,” in the United States. Resources1.…
 
Kirk and Amanda interview Jennifer McCurdy, PhD (@JennyMac222) about her new article in the Hastings Center Special Report: A Critical Moment in Bioethics: Reckoning with Anti‐Black Racism through Intergenerational Dialogue titled "Colonial Geographies, Black Geographies, and Bioethics" (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/hast.1375). After…
 
In part two of his interview, Dr. Charlie Camosy speaks about his appearance on Tucker Carson Tonight where he addressed Canada’s euthanizing of the poor. He also discusses his new position at the Creighton University School of Medicine. Resources1. Camosy on Canada’s euthanizing the poor from “Tucker Carlson Tonight” – https://twitter.com/TPostMil…
 
Although our plan was to start our season earlier this year, we're now starting season 22 with a tribute to Robert D. Orr. His legacy in medical ethics will be remembered in many ways, and we count ourselves here at CBHD lucky that we are one of those many ways through the Robert D. Orr Endowed Fellowship. This tribute was originally published in o…
 
Pro-life OB/GYN Chris Stroud continues his critique of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ March 2022 ‘guidance’ on how to speak about abortion. This interview focuses on ACOG’s deceptive claims concerning dismemberment abortion and what the word term means.Resources:1. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)…
 
This month, we are so pleased to have a conversation with Gabo Arora, an award-winning filmmaker and Founder & Creative Director of LightShed (https://lightshed.io/), a virtual reality and social impact start-up. The UN's first-ever Creative Director, Gabo Arora has over 15 years of humanitarian field experience, and has directed, produced and pion…
 
Pro-life OB/GYN Chris Stroud joins Bioethics on Air to critique the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists’ March 2022 ‘guidance’ on how to speak about abortion. This interview focuses on ACOG’s claim that we can no longer use the terms baby, unborn child, or fetal heartbeat.Resources:1. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologi…
 
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