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Bioethics in the Margins

Kirk Johnson and Amelia Barwise

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Who we are: We are a collaborative of bioethics scholars interested in creating a more inclusive space to explore topics relevant to bioethics and the medical humanities while advancing equity and social change/restitution. Although we found our shared interests through our membership in the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities Race Affinity Group, we are independent of ASBH and any other organization. The views expressed in this podcast are our own and the speakers and do not repre ...
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The three brothers of Sierra Leonean decent, Okello, Oz and Mo, host their biweekly discussions on a range of social, political and cultural topics... And anime? Each individual gives their perspective, showing you the three paths of the sage.
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In this episode of the Sage of Three Paths Okello and Oz share the space with their cousin from the United States. In the absence of Mo who is currently travelling, their cousin Kadeeja aka 'Deej', steps in to bring warmth and light to the podcast. Honorary Sage Deej speaks on a myriad of topics, ranging from the differences in UK and US culture, w…
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In this episode, Kirk and Amelia speak with Dr. Deepshikha Ashana about her research on racial disparities present in shared decision-making practices in critical care. Dr. Ashana shares how her research interests were motivated by her personal observations of racial disparities, from her childhood in India, her experience moving to the US, and her…
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Amelia and Kirk chat with Dr. Mark Kuczewski, Professor of Medical Ethics at Loyola University, Chicago. In this episode, they discuss his recent article https://www.healthaffairs.org/content/forefront/nonprofit-health-care-behaves-badly-case-mission-leaders-ombudsmen in which Dr. Kuczewski elucidates the challenges nonprofit healthcare employees f…
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Kirk and Amelia had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Anita L. Allen, the Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania. In this episode, they discuss Dr. Allen’s experiences working on President Obama’s Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues where she engaged in deliberative d…
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Dr. Stephen Hargarten is a Professor of Emergency Medicine, Associate Dean for Global Health, Director of the Global Health Pathway, and Director of the Comprehensive Injury Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin. His research interests reflect an intersection of injury and violence prevention and health policy to address the burden of this bio…
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Amelia and Kirk have a broad-ranging discussion with Adira Hulkower, the Director of Clinical Ethics at the Montefiore Einstein Center for Bioethics in the Bronx. She shares her experiences as a clinical ethics consultant applying the concept of Dignity of Risk to better understand the ethical implications of discharge planning for patients experie…
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We are joined by Rachel Fabi, PhD, Associate Professor of Bioethics and Humanities at SUNY Upstate Medical University. She is a Faculty Research Affiliate at the Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion. She received her Ph.D. in Health Policy and Management, in the Bioethics and Health Policy track, at the Johns Hopkins Bloomb…
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We kick off Season 5 with the phenomenal Dr. Keisha Ray, who received her PhD in philosophy, with a focus on bioethics, from the University of Utah. She is currently a tenured Associate Professor with the McGovern Center for Humanities & Ethics at UT Health Houston, where she also serves as the Director of the Medical Humanities Scholarly Concentra…
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In this episode, we are joined by Dr. David Kountz, MD, MBA, FACP who is the Chief Academic Officer and Vice President of Academic Diversity for Hackensack Meridian Health, a 17 hospital network in Northern and Central New Jersey. Kirk and Amelia explore a range of strategies to promote equity in clinical care with Dr. Kountz, including the importa…
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We reached out to Dr. Nathaniel Morris after reading his recent article in the New England Journal of Medicine; Injustice Disorder. Dr. Morris is currently an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the University of California San Francisco and provides care to incarcerated patients in the San Francisco jail system. He has published numerous…
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Amelia and Kirk speak with Tim Schwab, an investigative journalist based in Washington DC whose work has appeared in The Nation, the Columbia Journalism Review, the British Medical Journal and other outlets. https://about.me/tim_schwab. Today's episode is all about philanthropy and power, and the ethical implications of this facet of concentrated w…
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Kirk and Amelia continue our discussion of Epistemic Injustice with Ryan Felder, PhD. Ryan is a Clinical Ethics Fellow at the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics. He earned his PhD in philosophy from the City University of New York in 2021. He shares his thoughts on the practical applications of Epistemic Injustice in clinical ethics consultation…
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Amelia and Kirk interview Jada Wiggleton-Little who is a PhD Candidate at UC San Diego working primarily in philosophy of mind, social epistemology, and clinical ethics. Ms. Wiggleton-Little unpacks her theory called pain-related motivational deficit. Pain-related motivational deficits occur when a self-reported pain is believed but fails to motiva…
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Listen to the whole team discussing the process of developing the Bioethics in the Margins podcast, where we've been on our podcast journey and where we hope to go. Amelia Barwise, Liz Chuang, Kirk Johnson and Nicolle Strand met each other in person for the first time ever this October in Portland, Oregon for the ASBH annual meeting. We heard some …
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In this episode, Kirk and Amanda interview Ander Etxeberria-Otadui, the head of Mondragon’s cooperative outreach program. Mr. Etxeberria shares the unique and fascinating history of the Mondragon Corporation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mondragon_Corporation, as we discuss the impact of solidarity on health and wellbeing. Mr. Etxeberria explains t…
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We interview Christopher D.E. Willoughby is a historian of slavery and medicine in the United States and a Visiting Assistant Professor of the History of Medicine and Health at Pitzer College in Claremont, California. He is the author of the book Masters of Health: Racial Science and Slavery in U.S. Medical Schools, which will be published this Nov…
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In this episode of the Sage of Three Paths Okello, Oz and Mo share their space with film producer, voiceover artist and all around creative, Levi Johnson. Honorary Sage Levi speaks on his love for fencing. The conversation quickly encompasses Levi’s mindset of being one of relatively few black people who participate in the sport, and his experience…
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Recording of my daughter playing the piano and worshiping… practicing for worship our church. It’s precious to me that she is singing a song that my Mom loved and used to sing on this side of Heaven. There’s an anointing on it to lift us above our circumstances, and fix our eyes on the Captain of our Salvation. Hebrews 2:10, Hebrews 12:2…
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In this episode of the Sage of Three Paths Okello, Oz and Mo continue the conversation with honorary Sage, Emanuel J. Origins and sources of inspiration are the names of this stop in the tale. The Four Sages all try and expand the common ground, drawing parallels between love, lust, fear and spirit. As a creative entrepreneur, Emanuel J gives a gli…
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In our final episode of season 2, we welcome Bryan Pilkington (@bcpethics) A,ssociate Professor in the School of Health and Medical Sciences, Adjunct Associate Professor in the College of Nursing, and Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Philosophy at Seton Hall University. He is also Professor at the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine. His …
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