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Safeguarding ethics in pandemic times

Covid-19 has captured global attention, with new scientific and ethical challenges arising every day along with mounting mortality rates. An editorial in this issue examines the Indian health system’s pandemic…

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

May 21, 2020

Is clinical examination for prostate cancer becoming redundant?

Thibaud Haaser
Prostate cancer is a paradigmatic example of the impact of technological change on current medical practice, because biological and radiological…

May 18, 2020

Significance of public health ethics in the time…

Lakshmi Lingam
This book is an important contribution to the understanding of public health ethics practice and has enormous relevance in the…

May 15, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic and India’s cardiovascular disease burden:…

Meghana Chalasani , Khurram Nasir, Mohit D. Gupta, Ankur Kalra
The national lockdown in India has (thus far) prevented a surge of Covid-19 cases. Due to crowded living conditions and…

May 13, 2020

AYUSH, modern medicine and the Covid-19 pandemic

Sarika Chaturvedi, Nandini Kumar, Girish Tillu, Sharad Deshpande, Bhushan Patwardhan
The COVID-19 pandemic has posed several challenges to the Indian healthcare system. Here, we examine the situation in India considering…
Is clinical examination for prostate cancer becoming redundant?

Thibaud Haaser

Significance of public health ethics in the time of Covid-19

Lakshmi Lingam

The Covid-19 pandemic and India’s cardiovascular disease burden: Finding the right balance

Meghana Chalasani , Khurram Nasir, Mohit D. Gupta, Ankur Kalra

AYUSH, modern medicine and the Covid-19 pandemic

Sarika Chaturvedi, Nandini Kumar, Girish Tillu, Sharad Deshpande, Bhushan Patwardhan

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