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The Bioethics Podcast is an audio resource exploring the pressing bioethical challenges of our day featuring staff, fellows, and associates of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity.

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The Bioethics Podcast is an audio resource exploring the pressing bioethical challenges of our day featuring staff, fellows, and associates of The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity.

    The Christian Stake in Dignity and Dying | Plenary by Ravi Zacharias

    The Christian Stake in Dignity and Dying | Plenary by Ravi Zacharias

    Last week, renowned Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias passed away. As many around the world remember and celebrate his legacy, we at the Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity would like to honor him by sharing with you a plenary address that he gave at our second ever annual conference in 1995. His wisdom and insight into the issues of human dignity are just as insightful today as they were 25 years ago! Learn more about our summer conferences at cbhd.org

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Plagues, Parables, and Pundits

    Plagues, Parables, and Pundits

    This episode of The Bioethics Podcast features an article originally posted on EverydayBioethics.org written by Michael Cox, PhD. 

    • 11 min
    The Old Testament and Bioethics: An Interview with Mario Tafferner

    The Old Testament and Bioethics: An Interview with Mario Tafferner

    In this episode the Interim Director of CBHD, Matthew Eppinette, PhD,  interviews former Robert D. Orr Fellow, Mario Tafferner, MA about the intersection of his studies in Old Testament and Bioethics.

    • 26 min
    Moral Agency in Balance: The Physician-Patient Relationship

    Moral Agency in Balance: The Physician-Patient Relationship

    This episode features an article originally published in CBHD's publication, Dignitas, by Dr. Susan Haack in which she explores the dynamics of the physician-patient relationship as she seeks to understand the continuum of possibilities between overt physician paternalism and unbridled patient autonomy. 

    • 14 min
    New Ethical Challenges in Triage

    New Ethical Challenges in Triage

    The resulting dilemma has yet to be even raised let alone considered: what resource allocation decisions are ethical for a healthcare system to make in this scenario? Ethicists must now consider the difficult issues of a groundbreaking third type of triage in civilian Mass Casualty Events (MCEs), in addition to intake and reverse triage. 

    This address was originally given at CBHD's 2015 Annual Conference, Science, Research, and the Limits of Bioethics. 

    This podcast is a resource provided by The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity

    • 28 min
    The Ethics of Emergency Consent Research

    The Ethics of Emergency Consent Research

    The following address by Christine Toevs will briefly review the history of medical research and the regulations surrounding emergency consent research, and discuss the ethics of research in a population that may not truly be informed of the risks and benefits, or even of the research itself.

    This address was originally given at CBHD's 2015 Annual Conference, Science, Research, and the Limits of Bioethics.

    This podcast is a resource provided by The Center for Bioethics & Human Dignity

    • 26 min

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