Many of us have become accustomed to a new daily ritual: every day, millions of Canadians tune in to news conferences in which political leaders and public health officials speak about the spread of COVID-19 and measures to slow it. Click the title to read more.
Many of us have become accustomed to a new daily ritual: every day, millions of Canadians tune into news conferences in which political leaders and public health officials speak about the spread of COVID-19 and measures to slow it. Click the title to read more.
“Experts such as UBC bioethicist Judy Illes said the B.C. government has taken important steps to support health-care workers and thus minimize absenteeism.” Click the title to read more.
As the COVID-19 crisis rolls across the nation, neurologists and their health care colleagues are dealing with resource shortages that may have life-limiting consequences for their patients. Click the title to read more.
How do we eventually climb down from here? If the virus can be suppressed, it will be possible to selectively lift some social distancing measures, experts said. Click the title to read more.
Join Dr. Judy Illes in learning about how people think about brain surgery for neurologic and psychiatric conditions, including ethical concerns about hope versus hype, rights, justice, agency, and personal privacy. Dr. Illes is dedicated to advancing the careers of women in science and medicine. Click the title to watch.
There is one ventilator, two people. The first person is a 12-year-old with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. The second person is 74 years old and has COVID-19, too, but he’s an infectious diseases doctor and an expert in vaccine development. Click the title to read more.
Faculty and members of the Advisory Board of Neuroethics Canada, a group of distinguished neuroscientists, ethicists, and community leaders, stand together in this time of COVID-19 to emphasize the importance of global cooperation. While the closure of physical borders is a necessary means to curtail the spread of the coronavirus, intellectual borders must remain open to […]
COVID-19 Key Ethical Questions and Select Resource Links We face many challenges as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and do our best at physical distancing and supporting each other. Neuroethics Canada is pleased to offer a few key questions for everyone to think about. The links offer some answers from trusted sources.
Over 500,000 children in the USA and Canada suffer from epilepsy today (1,2). Thirty percent of children with epilepsy continue to have seizures while on anti-seizure medication, a condition known as drug resistant epilepsy (DRE). Click the title to read more.