Journal of Medical Ethics

BMJ Group
United Kingdom
Impact factor
1.20 (2009)

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Gerontology & Geriatrics

Exploring issues around aged care and intimacy

A snapshot of how residential aged care facilities respond to the issue of sex and intimacy amongst its residents was recently published in the Journal of Medical Ethics.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Zero-COVID policies reemerge, with cruel inherent biases

The omicron variant has revived nations' consideration of "zero-COVID" policies and travel bans—public health measures, that outside of China, had been largely abandoned for their futility.

Medical economics

Paper urges wealthy nations to delay COVID-19 boosters

High-income nations should heed the World Health Organization's calls to delay COVID-19 vaccine boosters until 10% of people in every country are vaccinated, two bioethicists say in a paper published today.

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