A New Edition of Developing World Bioethics Is Now Available

January 17, 2019

Developing World Bioethics (vol. 18, no. 3, 2018) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “African Perspectives in Global Bioethics” by Mbih Jerome Tosam
  • “African Communal Basis for Autonomy and Life Choices” by Polycarp Ikuenobe
  • “Reconciling Female Genital Circumcision with Universal Human Rights” by John?Stewart Gordon
  • “How to Deal with Neglected Tropical Diseases in the Light of an African Ethic” by Thaddeus Metz
  • “Global Health Inequalities and the Need for Solidarity: A View from the Global South” by Mbih J. Tosam et al.
  • “Racial Identity, Aesthetic Surgery and Yorùbá African Values” by Ademola K. Fayemi
  • “Implications of Odera Oruka’s Ethics of Consumerism for Reducing Globesity” by Ademola K. Fayemi
  • “Unethical Authorship Practices: A Qualitative Study in Malaysian Higher Education Institutions” by Angelina Olesen, Latifah Amin, and Zurina Mahadi
  • “Should We Formulate an Incentivized Model Facilitating Kidney Donation from Living Donors? A Focus on Turkey’s Current System” by Ercan Avci
  • “European Perspectives on Big Data Applied to Health: The Case of Biobanks and Human Databases” by Itziar de Lecuona and María Villalobos?Quesada
  • “Consent for Participating in Clinical Trials ? Is It Really Informed?” by Teodora Alexa?Stratulat et al.

 

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