Bioethics, the term first coined by someone (who is a controversy) in 1971, includes four principles – respect for autonomy, nonmaleficence (do no harm), beneficence (for me, on behalf of me), and justice. Ken Goodman spoke about two of the four principles autonomy and beneficence. As with much when you start peeling back the layers, bioethics are not simple, not black and white, rather shades of grey.
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Introducing Kenneth Goodman 00:55. 1
Leavened by experience 03:44. 2
Celebrate autonomy at any age 06:23. 2
I’m 14. Growing into my autonomy 09:18. 3
Consent while losing my autonomy 13:23. 4
Substituted judgment, best interest, reasonable person, oh my 17:08. 5
Ethics and medical technology 19:15. 6
Ethics and artificial intelligence 25:23. 7
A weird, balkanized, for-profit, atherapeutic system 28:19. 7
Listen to your patient 30:31. 8
Call to action: Do something 25:58. 9
Reflections 39:03 10
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