Bioethics: Alternative Medicine

The peer-reviewed scholarly journal Bioethics recently published a special issue on ‘Complementary & Alternative Medicine’ (CAM): Ethical and Policy Issues

Bioethics: Alternative Medicine

The peer-reviewed scholarly journal Bioethics recently published a special issue on ‘Complementary & Alternative Medicine’ (CAM): Ethical and Policy Issues

Selling complementary & alternative medicine: Questionable Ethics

Here’s a peer-reviewed paper that I co-authored with pharmacist Scott Gavura, in the journal Bioethics: Alternative Medicine and the Ethics Of Commerce And here’s Scott’s very nice blog entry outlining the main points of our argument: The questionable ethics of

Selling complementary & alternative medicine: Questionable Ethics

Here’s a peer-reviewed paper that I co-authored with pharmacist Scott Gavura, in the journal Bioethics: Alternative Medicine and the Ethics Of Commerce And here’s Scott’s very nice blog entry outlining the main points of our argument: The questionable ethics of

Webcast: Business Ethics of CAM

Here’s a webcast of a talk I gave in 2015 with pharmacist Scott Gavura: Complementary & Alternative medicine: A Business Ethics Perspective The topic description: Is it ethical to market complementary and alternative medicines? Complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) are

Webcast: Business Ethics of CAM

Here’s a webcast of a talk I gave in 2015 with pharmacist Scott Gavura: Complementary & Alternative medicine: A Business Ethics Perspective The topic description: Is it ethical to market complementary and alternative medicines? Complementary and alternative medicines (CAM) are

Homeopathy & Consumer Protection

Here’s a piece I wrote for the Science Based Pharmacy Blog: Homeopathy and Consumer Protection The opening paragraph: What should we think about homeopathy, from the point of view of Business Ethics? We can begin by asking the same questions

Homeopathy & Consumer Protection

Here’s a piece I wrote for the Science Based Pharmacy Blog: Homeopathy and Consumer Protection The opening paragraph: What should we think about homeopathy, from the point of view of Business Ethics? We can begin by asking the same questions

CAM on the Business Ethics Blog

Here are various blog entries I’ve written, over at my Business Ethics Blog, about the ethics of CAM. Loblaws selling homeopathy is junk science and bad corporate ethics December 15, 2015 Pharmacists and Candour About Homeopathy May 2, 2010 Consumer Protection & Homeopathy April 12, 2010

CAM on the Business Ethics Blog

Here are various blog entries I’ve written, over at my Business Ethics Blog, about the ethics of CAM. Loblaws selling homeopathy is junk science and bad corporate ethics December 15, 2015 Pharmacists and Candour About Homeopathy May 2, 2010 Consumer Protection & Homeopathy April 12, 2010

An ethical defence of homeopathy, and a response

A gentle ethical defence of homeopathy. (by Levy D, Gadd B, Kerridge I, Komesaroff PA.) Abstract Recent discourses about the legitimacy of homeopathy have focused on its scientific plausibility, mechanism of action, and evidence base. These, frequently, conclude not only

An ethical defence of homeopathy, and a response

A gentle ethical defence of homeopathy. (by Levy D, Gadd B, Kerridge I, Komesaroff PA.) Abstract Recent discourses about the legitimacy of homeopathy have focused on its scientific plausibility, mechanism of action, and evidence base. These, frequently, conclude not only

A Utilitarian Argument Against Homeopathy

By Kevin Smith: AGAINST HOMEOPATHY – A UTILITARIAN PERSPECTIVE I examine the positive and negative features of homeopathy from an ethical perspective. I consider: (a) several potentially beneficial features of homeopathy, including non-invasiveness, cost-effectiveness, holism, placebo benefits and agent autonomy;

A Utilitarian Argument Against Homeopathy

By Kevin Smith: AGAINST HOMEOPATHY – A UTILITARIAN PERSPECTIVE I examine the positive and negative features of homeopathy from an ethical perspective. I consider: (a) several potentially beneficial features of homeopathy, including non-invasiveness, cost-effectiveness, holism, placebo benefits and agent autonomy;