Search Results Search Sort by RelevanceMost Recent Health Law Mar 2020 Which Legal Approaches Help Limit Harms to Patients From Clinicians’ Conscience-Based Refusals? Rachel Kogan, JD, Katherine L. Kraschel, JD, and Claudia E. Haupt, PhD, JSD When a clinician refuses to do a procedure consistent with standard of care for a patient, legal resources can be helpful. AMA J Ethics. 2020;22(3):E209-216. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2020.209. Medicine and Society Mar 2020 How Should We Judge Whether and When Mission Statements Are Ethically Deployed? Kellie E. Schueler and Debra B. Stulberg, MD Mission statements offer limited benefit when patients do not have meaningful choices about where to seek care and can be misused. AMA J Ethics. 2020;22(3):E239-247. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2020.239. Medicine and Society Jan 2023 How Does Racial Segregation Taint Medical Pedagogy? Harriet A. Washington, MA Unchallenged supra-geographic segregation perpetuates racial medical mythology, exacerbates myopia in health professions practice and education, and perpetuates injustice. AMA J Ethics. 2023;25(1):E72-78. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2023.72. Case and Commentary Mar 2022 Alignment of Abolition Medicine With Reproductive Justice Crystal M. Hayes, PhD, MSW and Anu Manchikanti Gomez, PhD Abolition medicine and reproductive justice are synergistic approaches that advance a radical vision of a racially just world. AMA J Ethics. 2022;24(3):E188-193. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2022.188. Case and Commentary Jan 2023 Is It Reasonable to Expect Students and Trainees to Internalize Equity as a Core Professional Value When Teaching and Learning Occurs in Segregated Settings? Adriana Pero and Emily L. Xu Training in a segregated health care system means that health professions students and trainees learn bias and experience helplessness and burnout. AMA J Ethics. 2023;25(1):E15-20. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2023.15. Policy Forum Jan 2023 Why VIP Services Are Ethically Indefensible in Health Care Denisse Rojas Marquez, MD, MPP and Hazel Lever, MD, MPH “Very important persons” care contributes to multitiered, racially segregated health service delivery streams that influence clinicians’ conceptions of what patients deserve from them. AMA J Ethics. 2023;25(1):E66-71. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2023.66. History of Medicine Dec 2021 Living Histories of Structural Racism and Organized Medicine Robert Baker, PhD and Matthew K. Wynia, MD, MPH Mistakes and lessons from AMA history situate the AMA now for antiracist leadership in the health care sector. AMA J Ethics. 2021;23(12):E995-1003. doi: 10.1001/amajethics.2021.995.