Publication: Autonomy and Social Responsibility: The Post-Pandemic Challenge

By Jonathan D. Moreno, Judit Sándor, Ulf Schmidt. Over the last 80 years, a series of critical events has led to reconsideration of the basic premises of medical ethics. One of these events was the recognition of horrific medical experiments performed by German medical scientists in World War II concentration camps, resulting in intensified emphasis on a consent … More Publication: Autonomy and Social Responsibility: The Post-Pandemic Challenge

Medical Utopias in Art: Imagining Health Exhibition at HFBK

How might medicine be artistically imagined? The COVID-19 pandemic has brought health to the forefront of our everyday lives, prompting reassessments of, and new imaginaries about, medicine’s future. Documenting these utopian ideals in art form brings them to life, shedding light on beneficial medical innovations that can positively impact the lives of individuals, but also … More Medical Utopias in Art: Imagining Health Exhibition at HFBK

Fellowships Available “Knowing Vaccines”

Vaccines and vaccination raise complex questions around polices, practices, and people. Protecting and promoting health through vaccination always also involves areas of tensions, contention and intense negotiation: interests of the elderly vs. young; individual life/health vs. notions of a “healthy” society; societal engagement with well-being vs. death and dying; vaccine production and use for individuals … More Fellowships Available “Knowing Vaccines”