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Author: Journal of Bioethical Inquiry

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JBI Dialogues is presented by the Journal of Bioethical Inquiry as a multidisciplinary space to connect academic, professional, and community voices in conversations about ethical, legal and social issues arising in health care, the health professions and the biological sciences. JBI Dialogues involves our contributors, readers, and the editorial team, extending the work of the journal with exchanges of ideas about its published research and emerging issues and practices in bioethics. The JBI is an interdisciplinary forum for debate and analysis; a place for those engaged in bioethics working in or across disciplines, including anthropology, bioethics, cultural studies, disability studies, economics, environmental sciences, feminism, LGBTQI studies, history, law, linguistics and discourse analysis, literature and literary studies, philosophy, psychology, public health and epidemiology, social theory, theology and religious studies, and more. Visit us at bioethicalinquiry.com
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Please note this podcast contains references to people who have died.In this episode of JBI Dialogues, philosopher Professor Yolonda Wilson, medical anthropologist Dr Tessa Moll, and professor of law Thalia Anthony join us to discuss their work in the journal’s latest symposium “Institutional racism, whiteness and bioethics”.Professor Yolonda Wilson is a philosopher with interests in bioethics, social and political philosophy, race theory, and feminist philosophy. She is an Associate Professo...
In this episode of JBI Dialogues, Dr Christopher Mayes talks about the journal's new symposium Institutional Racism, Whiteness, and the Role of Bioethics. Chris is a Research Fellow in the Alfred Deakin Institute at Deakin University and a Research-Affiliate in Sydney Health Ethics at the University of Sydney. He is an interdisciplinary scholar with disciplinary backgrounds in sociology and philosophy. He co-edited the Institutional Racism, Whiteness, and Bioethics symposium with Professor Yi...
In this episode of JBI Dialogues, Professor Ross Upshur, one of the co editors of the journal's COVID-19 symposium, talks with Professor Eunice Kamaara about her paper "Gambling with COVID-19 makes more sense: ethical and practical challenges in COVID-19 responses in communalistic resource-limited Africa, co-authored with Dr David Nderitu. Eunice is Professor of African Christian Ethics at Moi University in Kenya with a doctorate in African Christian ethics and a Master's degree in internatio...
In this episode of JBI Dialogues we welcome one of the authors of an article in the journal’s new symposium on the social and ethical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. Melanie Gentgall is founding CEO of PRAXIS Australia, an independent not-for-profit that was created to promote excellence in research and research ethics review, design and conduct in Australia and internationally.Together with Wendy Lipworth, Ian Kerridge, and Cameron Stewart, Melanie co-authored the article “Scienc...
In this episode of JBI Dialogues, Professor Ross Upshur, one of the co-editors of the journal’s new symposium on the social and ethical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, talks with Professor Max Smith about their paper "Learning Lessons from COVID-19 Requires Recognizing Moral Failures". Max is a bioethicist and Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Health Sciences at Western University, Canada. Ross is a physician and bioethicist and heads the division of Clinical Public Heal...
In this our first episode of JBI Dialogues we welcome the editors of the journal’s new symposium on social and ethical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to their work in bioethics, Dr Michael Chapman and Professors Paul Komesaroff, Ian Kerridge, and Ross Upshur are all physicians working across palliative medicine, endocrinology, haematology, and clinical public health. Here they talk about: the meaning and importance of bioethics,their motivations for starting thi...
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