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IJME OCT-DEC 2019

Stretching the limits?

This issue has an energetic discussion on whether bioethics guidelines in a conflict zone are “an esoteric philosophical exercise for academics sitting in comfortable conference rooms” or can be muscular…

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

November 21, 2019

Response to Shroff and Navin’s article on “brain…

Zubair Umer Mohamed
It was refreshing to read about the relevant real-life situations that we face in the ICU in the article by…

November 09, 2019

Globalising artificial intelligence for improved clinical practice

Md Mahbub Hossain , Rachit Sharma , Abida Sultana , Samia Tasnim , Farah Faizah
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are facilitating the work of modern healthcare organisations to leverage the power of big data in…

November 09, 2019

Breaking “natural” boundaries

Sylvia Karpagam
The book Full surrogacy now: Feminism against family by Sophie Lewis comes at a time when the Surrogacy (Regulation) Act…

November 06, 2019

Affirmative action, minorities, and public services in India:…

Upendra Bhojani , C Madegowda, N S Prashanth, Pragati Hebbar , Tolib Mirzoev , Saffron Karlsen , Ghazala Mir
The National Health Policy in India mentions equity as a key policy principle and emphasises the role of affirmative action…
Response to Shroff and Navin’s article on “brain death” and “circulatory death” in IJME

Zubair Umer Mohamed

Globalising artificial intelligence for improved clinical practice

Md Mahbub Hossain , Rachit Sharma , Abida Sultana , Samia Tasnim , Farah Faizah

Breaking “natural” boundaries

Sylvia Karpagam

Affirmative action, minorities, and public services in India: Charting a future research and practice agenda

Upendra Bhojani , C Madegowda, N S Prashanth, Pragati Hebbar , Tolib Mirzoev , Saffron Karlsen , Ghazala Mir

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