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Bioethics on Air

National Catholic Bioethics Center

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Host Jozef Zalot interviews prominent ethicists and medical professionals on the big issues facing health care today. "Ethics on Air" is a production of the National Catholic Bioethics Center. The views expressed in "Ethics on Air" do not necessarily represent those of the Editorial Board or the ethicists or staff of the National Catholic Bioethics Center. for more information on Catholic bioethics visit https://www.ncbcenter.org/.
 
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This episode of the podcast features an interview with Kristina Twitty, a graduate of the MA Bioethics program here at our host institution, Trinity International University. In this interview, we’ll get to know Kristina and hear about how she came to be interested in the issues of bioethics. And she’ll tell us about a new venture she’s started to …
 
Dr. Harold Braswell shares his research into the history of US hospice system and reforms that could improve how we die in America. Check out more of Prof Braswell’s work here: Braswell, Harold (2019) “The Crisis of US Hospice Care: Family and Freedom at the End of Life” Johns Hopkins University Press Braswell, Harold (2019) “Love and Other Disabil…
 
Dr. Maureen Condic, Associate Professor of Neurobiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, discusses (1) how science demonstrates that human life begins at conception, and (2) how recent scientific advances indicate that preborn children may exhibit consciousness, and experience pain, earlier than previously thought.Podcast resources:Mau…
 
This edition of the podcast features a talk by CBHD Executive Director Matthew Eppinette, MBA, PhD, entitled "Transhumanism and Christian Faithfulness." The talk was originally presented in Trinity’s Graduate and Divinity School chapel on November 16, 2021. The address is part of a semester-long series on Technology and the Church, and all of the m…
 
In 2003, Britney Spears, the superstar pop singer, had all of her legal rights taken away from her and given to her father. Over the past decade, a concerted effort has been underway to #FreeBritney. The process that led to her ability to make decisions for herself is called guardianship or conservatorship. In this episode, Devan and Tyler talk thr…
 
Marie Hilliard, NCBC Senior Fellow, joins Joe Zalot to discuss Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the Supreme Court case that could have a profound impact on abortion law in the United States. Marie explains the case in light of three amicus briefs that she helped to prepare on behalf of pro-life organizations, including the NCBC.Amicus …
 
Dr. Michael Deem joins us to explore religion, theology, and religious exemptions to mandatory COVID-19 vaccine requirements. Michael Deem is an associate professor in the Center for Bioethics & Health Law at the University of Pittsburgh. He is an expert on bioethics, specifically the ethics related to Genomic Medicine and Catholic Theology. Check …
 
In part three of our interview, Jason Eberl and John Brehany discuss the role of public health viz-à-viz Catholic teaching and explore notions of the common good with regard to COVID-19 vaccine mandates. They conclude by speaking to how Catholics are called to prophetic witness on the vaccine issue in the public square.Eberl essays:Vaccine Mandates…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Anna Vollema, CBHD's Robert D. Orr Endowed Fellow, reads "Disposition of the Heart," written by Jessica Garske, MDiv. This article was originally published on Intersections and is the first in a three-part series on disability. Jessica holds an MDiv with a concentration in Missions and Intercultural Studies from Talb…
 
What is going on with COVID-19 vaccine mandates? Are vaccine mandates legal or ethical? Exemptions— are those allowed and what are they? Professor Elizabeth Pendo, an expert on health law, disability rights, and bioethics at Saint Louis University School of Law, helps us understand what is going on with COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Prof. Pendo talks …
 
In part two of our interview, Jason Eberl and John Brehany evaluate Jason’s claim that Catholics who object to vaccine mandates exhibit either scrupulosity or voluntary ignorance. They then address ways that people can properly form their conscience on the mandate issue. Eberl essays: 1. Vaccine Mandates are Coming. Catholics Have No Moral Reason t…
 
In the first ever repeat guest appearance on the Podcast, the amazingly talented and sassy fan favorite, Dr. Darian Goldin Stahl, joins Tyler and Devan again for a spooky ooky Halloween episode. Will there be books bound in human skin? Will there be Murder and Mayhem? Will Darian tell us another ghost story? Check out the episode to find out. Check…
 
Dr. Jason Eberl, professor of health care ethics and philosophy and Director of the Albert Gnaegi Center for Health Care Ethics at St. Louis University, and NCBC Executive Vice President John Brehany join Joe Zalot to discuss differing Catholic perspectives on COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Eberl essays: 1. Vaccine Mandates are Coming. Catholics Have N…
 
In this episode, Tyler and Devan talk with Dr. Travis Rieder about opioids, addition, and a motorcycle accident that changed his life. Travis is an expert of pain, addiction, and the opioid crisis. Check out more from this episode, as well as Dr. Rieder’s other work below. Travi’s Book In Pain: A Bioethicist’s Personal Struggle with Opioids Travis’…
 
The following lecture by Allen Verhey, MD, was originally presented at our 20th annual conference in 2013. All sessions from this conference are available to CBHD members here: cbhd.org/resources/audio/2013-health-human-flourishing-conference Interested in becoming a CBHD member? Learn more here: cbhd.org/subscribe --- Support this podcast: https:/…
 
Dr. Tara Sander Lee, Senior Fellow and Director of Life Science at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, and Tessa Longbons, Research Associate at CLI, discuss what chemical abortion is, how it is being promoted through telemedicine, and the numerous medical and ethical challenges it presents. Click here for the Charlotte Lozier Institute website.Charlot…
 
Dr. Joseph Meaney, NCBC President, joins Joe Zalot to clarify the Center’s position on COVID-19 vaccine mandates, distinguish between religious and conscience exemptions, and address the social divisions that mandates have caused. Note: This podcast was recorded on September 8th, one day before Joe Biden announced the federal vaccine mandateNCBC CO…
 
Brother Columba Thomas, OP joins Joe Zalot to discuss his new book, The Art of Dying: A New Annotated Translation, published by the NCBC. Br. Columba explains what the Ars moriendi is, the lessons it contains, and why this medieval writing holds great relevance for end-of-life care today.The Art of Dying: A New Annotated Translation, is available a…
 
Dr. David Prentice, Vice President and Research Director at the Charlotte Lozier Institute, joins Joe Zalot to offer a pro-life, scientific perspective on challenging, and controversial, questions concerning COVID-19 vaccines.https://lozierinstitute.org/https://www.ncbcenter.org/저자 National Catholic Bioethics Center
 
NCBC ethicist John Di Camillo joins Joe Zalot to discuss the Center’s response to institutions––including Catholic institutions––mandating COVID-19 vaccines.NCBC Vaccination Mandate Resource: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5e3ada1a6a2e8d6a131d1dcd/t/60e849f0f87ec6517a5a488f/1625836016598/NCBC+Vaccine+Exemption+Resource.pdf…
 
Did you miss the live sessions of our 28th annual conference, Bioethics & the Body? It's not too late! Don't miss your chance to learn from our amazing lineup of plenary speakers and workshops. Register now through July 3rd and receive access to the recorded versions of all of our conference sessions through July 31st: http://cbhd.org/conf2021 --- …
 
The following lecture by Robert D. Orr, MD, was originally presented at Cutting Edge Bioethics: Human Life on the Line in 2005. All sessions from this conference are available to CBHD members here: cbhd.org/premium-content/2005-cutting-edge-bioethics-dallas-tx-archive Interested in becoming a CBHD member? Learn more here: cbhd.org/subscribe --- Sup…
 
The following lecture by D. A. Carson, PhD was originally presented at CBHD's 26th Annual Conference Taking Care: Perspectives for the End of Life. All conference sessions are available for purchase here: https://cbhd.org/content/2019-taking-care-perspectives-end-life-conference-audio --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to ma…
 
In this episode of the podcast, Bryan Just, CBHD's Event & Executive Services Manager, addresses a crucial and much-needed skill to manage today's MedTech world. Bryan's article comes to us from our Intersections forum which is located on our website, Everydaybioethics.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcas…
 
The following lecture by Nigel M. de S. Cameron, PhD, MBA was originally presented at 2015 Summer conference "Science, Research, and the Limits of Bioethics." The enduring legacy of Hippocrates lies in his establishment of medicine as both a scientific and a human enterprise, the foundation not merely for medical practice but the core cultural noti…
 
David Prentice, PhD, of the Family Research Council, on "Prenatal Diagnosis: An Overview of Testing Methods, Their Accuracy, Availability, and Use" at the "Managing an Unexpected Prenatal Diagnosis: Critical Considerations for Counselors, Clinicians, and Friends" Conference (July 18, 2013) held at Trinity International University. Co-sponsored by J…
 
Roger Severino, former Director of the Office for Civil Rights at the US Department of Health and Human Services, joins Joe Zalot to discuss his work protecting the rights of conscience and religious liberty. He also speaks to challenges that these core values face in the Biden administration.저자 National Catholic Bioethics Center
 
This episode of The Bioethics Podcast will cover the five following ethical considerations in regards to the current Covid-19 vaccines: -Whether fast-tracked vaccines that short-cut Phase 3 trials, as in the case of two vaccines out of Russia and three out of China, are safe. -Whether Emergency Use Authorization by the U.S. FDA of any of the vaccin…
 
The rollout of the COVID19 vaccine has been…interesting, to say the least. There have been many news stories about folks jumping in line to get their vaccines. Is this ever ethical? What should you do if you are given an opportunity for a vaccine, but don’t feel like you should? Devan and Tyler talk about some of the hiccups in the vaccine roll out…
 
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