Joshua Baru and Benjamin Mba

A life cut short, Summer 2012

Jonathan Bean, David Ng, Hakan Demirtas, & Patrick Guinan

Medical students’ attitudes toward torture, Winter 2009

Justin M Le Blanc

Medical Autonomy and Vaccines: A Kantian Imperative, Spring 2016

Michaela Clark
        Seeing things differently: a reflection on clinical photography, Winter 2018 new
George K. Daikos

PDF Document The Hippokratic Spirit, Winter 2003

Nadav Davidovitch

Rethinking public health law and ethics – a regional perspective, Spring 2010

Chloé M. DeLisle

A reflection on the authority gained through tradition: how implementing the Hippocratic Oath in medical school commencement helped legitimize the modern American medical profession, Winter 2014

Ghislain Devroede,

PDF Document Editorial/Commentary What is Love?, Winter 2002

Hanusha Durganaudu

Designer babies: boon or bane?, Spring 2017

Karen Dyer

Death and the organ donor, Spring 2011

Hossam Reda Ghalab

Corruption and organ trafficking in Egyptian medicine, Winter 2018 new

Stephanie L. Grach

A student’s call for mentorship, Summer 2012

Stefan K. G. Grebe

Religio Medici, Fall 2017

Patrick Guinan

PDF Document Hippocrates: Where are you when we need you?, Winter 2001

PDF Document Toward a more natural medicine, Summer 2002

PDF Document UIC College of Medicine Honor Code is Alive and Well, Spring 2006

PDF Document Who is my patient?, Summer 2006

Can Hippocrates save modern medicine? A plea to return to our roots, Winter 2009

Must life always be prolonged?, Spring 2011

The human condition, Winter 2011

Is it ethical to bring religion into medicine?, Winter 2010

Has medicine lost the ethics battle?, Spring 2009

PDF Document Bioterrorism, Embryonic Stem Cells, and Frankenstein, Winter 2002

Margaret Morganroth Gullette

Age needs a graying goddess of prophecy and her name shall be Senexa, Winter 2018 new

David O. Irabor

Confidentiality and privacy in public hospitals, Spring 2010

Paul Kettl

I’m not sure I’m so ethical, Winter 2014

Michael Konik

Let us all be well, Spring 2016

Lynn T. Kozlowski

George Orwell and the ethics of dealing in or dealing with cigarettes, Fall 2017

Ragini Kulkarni

Ethical dilemmas in surrogacy, Winter 2015

Yeji Lee

        On being disabled, Spring 2017

Wolfgang Lederer

Ambiguity-based evidence, Winter 2014

Aroop Mangalik

Another look at Hippocrates, Fall 2009

Adil Menon

Is there a united Hippocratic school?, Spring 2016

The other pain crisis, Winter 2018 new

Persis Naumann

Outsourced clinical trials and ethical implications: India the most preferred global clinical trial hub, Spring 2017

Public insurance expansion versus a single payer system, Spring 2017

Anthony Papagiannis

The flu vaccine: transparency, uncertainty, and trust in medicine, Spring 2017

JMS Pearce

Naming diseases, Winter 2012

Reader’s response: Is it ethical to bring religion into medicine?, Spring 2010

Ronald Pies

Is healthcare a right?, Spring 2012

End-of-life care and contingent vs. non-contingent duties, Spring 2011

Richard Sobel

“(W)holistic”: the coining and the connotations, Winter 2010

George L. Spaeth

Informed choice versus informed consent, Spring 2010

Kumara Raja Sundar

Letting go, Fall 2015

Brit Trogen

Aristotelian gender bias in modern depictions of fertilization, Winter 2016

Richard Tully

Medicine and dignity, Spring 2016