How legacies of the Holocaust should inform health care
The involvement of health professionals in the atrocities of the Holocaust have significantly influenced bioethics. Learn more from the AMA Journal of Ethics.
NODE.Health building knowledge base for telehealth best practices
Organization works to build body of evidence-based best practices that support integration of digital health tools into physician practice workflow.
What to do when families won’t accept brain death as final word
Brain death is often socially situated and fraught with uncertainty. Learn more in the latest issue of the AMA Journal of Ethics.
Dermatology a bellwether of health inequities during COVID-19
Learn with the AMA how a skin manifestation of SARS-CoV-2 infection sheds light on racial and ethnic disparities in dermatologic care.
AMA policy calls for more COVID-19 prevention for congregate settings
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve seen the virus spread quickly in high-density populations, particularly in correctional facilities.
In patient care, what is the ethical role of risk managers?
Learn how risk managers can collaborate with ethics consultants, physicians and other health professionals to properly respond to complex questions around caregiving, ethics and law.
How health inequities outlive historical social injustices
A Harvard social epidemiologist argues that health care policy should account for the long-lasting impact of injustices on patients’ well-being.
AMA Journal of Ethics® CME
Get help navigating ethical challenges you may face in your professional life. Browse a curated collection of CME articles and podcasts drawn from issues of the AMA Journal of Ethics®.