Healthcare, ethics and resuscitation
Cardiopulmonary rescue (CPR) should be initiated within 60 seconds of discovering a patient with cardiac arrest. When patients are severely ill, their physicians sometimes decide not to resuscitate them if their heart stops. It is important that these decisions are communicated to the medical staff that are closest to the patient at the time of cardiac arrest. Find out what Mona Pettersson has to say about do not resuscitate (DNR) orders being issued too late and being unclear and poorly documented.
the Ethics Blog
What does the order of authors mean?
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-09-19
Nurses’ vulnerable position when care and research coincide
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-09-10
Sharing a blog post on consciousness
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-08-29
Ethical competence for the decision not to resuscitate
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-08-28
Philosophy in responsible research and innovation
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-08-22
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-08-07
Driverless car ethics
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-06-20
Can neuroscience and moral education be united?
Source: Daniel Vicente Pallarés Domínguez 2018-06-04
Can a robot learn to speak?
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-05-29
Bioethics dissolving misdirected worldliness
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2018-05-16
News from CRB
- Transferring biobank research data between the EU and African countries 2018-08-23
- Ethical competence in DNR decisions 2018-07-10
- RRI & philosophy in the Human Brain Project 2018-07-03
- Book release: "På spaning efter etik" on ethics & healthcare management 2018-06-13
- Autonomous cars – how safe is safe enough? 2018-05-06
- Where to publish and not to publish in bioethics 2018-05-04
- A continuum of consciousness 2018-04-27
- Ethics and autonomous cars 2018-03-21
- Stefan Eriksson advisor for good research practice 2018-02-21
- Looking for legal project coordinator 2017-12-19
- Likelihood not always informative when making sense of genetic risk 2017-11-23
- SIENNA: Preparing the ground for responsible innovation 2017-10-19
- Report from Uppsala workshop on Public Private Partnerships 2017-10-04
- Moving away from anthropocentric views of personal identity 2017-08-31
- DEBATE: Who is responsible when technology decides for us? 2017-05-18
- James Giordano joins the CRB neuroethics team 2017-03-14
- Stem cells: a new type of biobank material? 2017-03-06
- A new Swedish legal framework for handling alleged misconduct 2017-03-06
- B3Africa: first 18 months 2017-03-03
- New Swedish legal officer in the BBMRI-ERIC ELSI helpdesk 2017-03-03
Neuroscience and identity
Exploring the issues
We use philosophical tools to analyse the notion of human identity, its meaning and value, and its relation to the debate on human nature.
What's on at CRB
Public defence: Individual Genetic Research Results - Uncertainties, Conceptions, and Preferences
Informed consent in a human germline gene editing study - ethical issues
Conflict of values in preconception expanded carrier screening
Direct brain interventions and psychiatry: the need for conceptual research
Academic integrity skill development amongst the faculty
Cardiovascular risk information
Åsa Grauman will investigate how research participants perceive their personal risk for cardiovascular disease, and their perceptions on cardiovascular risk information.
Deciding to not resuscitate
Mona Pettersson investigates clinical and ethical perspectives on ‘Do Not Resuscitate’ (DNR) orders among staff in oncology and hematology care.
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