A New Edition of Developing World Bioethics Is Now Available

October 25, 2017

Developing World Bioethics (vol. 17, no. 2, 2017) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “The Saudi Law of Ethics of Research on Living Creatures and its Implementing Regulations” by Ghiath Alahmad
  • “Benefit Sharing in a Global Context: Working Towards Solutions for Implementation” by Daniel J. Hurst
  • “Research Ethics Education in Post-Graduate Medical Curricula in I.R. Iran” by Nazila Nikravanfard, Faezeh Khorasanizadeh and Kazem Zendehdel
  • “Informed Consent in Health Research: Challenges and Barriers in Low-and Middle-Income Countries with Specific Reference to Nepal” by Pramod R. Regmi
  • “Evaluating the Usefulness of Compulsory Licensing in Developing Countries: A Comparative Study of Thai and Brazilian Experiences Regarding Access to Aids Treatments” by Samira Guennif
  • “The Enemy as a Patient: What can be Learned from the Emotional Experience of Physicians and Why does it Matter Ethically?” by Gil Rubinstein and Miriam Ethel Bentwich
  • “Reexamining the Prohibition of Gestational Surrogacy in Sunni Islam” by Ruaim A. Muaygil
  • “The Vulnerability of Study Participants in the Context of Transnational Biomedical Research: From Conceptual Considerations to Practical Implications” by Helen Grete Orth and Silke Schicktanz
  • “Punishment of Minor Female Genital Ritual Procedures: Is the Perfect the Enemy of the Good?” by Allan J. Jacobs and Kavita Shah Arora


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