Lab Summer Roundup!

What an amazing summer 2022 we had at the Everyday Ethics Lab! Here are some highlights: We welcomed (and said goodbye šŸ˜¢) to two amazing summer students, Amy Kim and Charlotte Wun We published collaborative articles on a critical discourse analysis on the Suboxone education program; supporting community overdose response planning; a scoping review on … Read more

Come work with us! Job Posting for Research Analyst

We are recruiting a talented Research Analyst to join our dynamic team in CAMH Education. The successful candidate will work under the direction of Dr Daniel Buchman on Everyday Ethics Lab projects as well Dr Sophie Soklaridis on social science research in health professions education. For more information please click on this link.

Publication Alert

New lab publication out in the journal Neuroethics. We wanted to know whether and to what extent authors of empirical chronic pain neuroscience articles engage with ethical issues in their peer reviewed publications: Check it out at this link.

New Podcast Episode!

Dr Buchman appeared on the AMS Healthcare podcast Good Tech, Compassionate Healthcare with colleague Dr Nelson Shen. Take a listen!

Welcome New Summer Students!

The Everyday Ethics Lab is thrilled to welcome Amy Kim and Charlotte Wun to the team for the summer! You can learn more about Charlotte and Amy at the link: https://everydayethicslab.ca/team/.Ā 

Publication alert

Dr Buchman contributed to an article with colleagues from the University of Ottawa, McGill, Queens, and UBC titled,Ā Brain Computer Interfaces and Communication Disabilities: Ethical, Legal, and Social Aspects of Decoding Speech From the Brain. The article came out recently inĀ Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

Publication alert

Out today in theĀ American Journal of Bioethics,Ā Dr Buchman and colleagues wrote a commentary onĀ Trauma-Informed Approaches in Healthcare Ethics Consultation: A Missing Element in Healthcare for People Who Use Drugs during the Overdose Crisis?Ā 

Research opportunity for Master’s student

Applying social science research methods and neuroethics analyses to understand patient perspectives toward informed consent for invasive neurosurgical interventions. Project Description: Many patients participate in invasive neurosurgical research for which they will experience minimal to no clinical benefit. Their perspectives on research participation, as well as on informed consent processes, have received limited attention. The … Read more