Author Interview: “Should We Think of Early Career Cheaters as Capable of Stewardship?”


Dr Christy A. Rentmeester joins Ethics Talk to discuss her article: “Should We Think of Early Career Cheaters as Capable of Stewardship?”

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Christy A. Rentmeester, PhD spent several years as a tenured professor of health policy and ethics and is now managing editor of the AMA Journal of Ethics. She works with a team of stellar colleagues who work daily with students and clinicians to generate journal-based and multimedia content about cross-disciplinary, ethically complex clinical and health policy questions. Dr Rentmeester is a philosopher by background whose fellowship training is in clinical ethics and health humanities. She has published numerous peer-reviewed articles, most exploring some feature of moral psychology; served on ethics consultation call teams, ethics committees, human subject review boards, health professional licensure boards; and holds a faculty appointment in the Neiswanger Institute at the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. 

Recorded March 5, 2024.


Conflict of Interest Disclosure
Interviewee disclosed no conflicts of interest.

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