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Public health researchers are often confronted with complex dilemmas impinging upon community identities, individual vs collective risks and power relations between gate keepers and research participants. Our Theme section presents…

The Indian Journal of Medical Ethics is peer reviewed and indexed in Medline, The Philosopher's Index, Scopus and other databases.

January 21, 2020

The ethical responsibility of healthcare providers to advise…

Shalini Garg, V Raman Kutty
There is clear evidence of a link between health and physical activity (PA). PA is universally prescribed as a primary…

January 14, 2020

Minor gifts from pharmaceutical companies to doctors: A…

Ekaterina Avituv Frenkel , David Israeli, Azgad Gold, David Serfaty, Rael D Strous
Pharmaceutical companies in countries that have community-oriented models of healthcare, unlike other countries with highly privatised healthcare systems, such as…

January 07, 2020

Medical ethics in laboratory medicine: A review, with…

Swarupa Bhagwat, Sanjay A Pai
The basic tenets of medical ethics are: autonomy of the patient, beneficence, non-maleficence and justice. These are usually interpreted in…

January 03, 2020

The Aristotelian model of friendship and the IU-Kenya…

David Nderitu, Eunice Kamaara
Disparity in economic development between high-income countries (HICs) and low- and medium-income countries (LMICs) has necessitated collaborations, some in health-related…
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