Keisha Ray recently participated in a panel on anti-blackness
The Hastings Center and a diverse steering committee of justice-focused bioethics scholars recently presented a panel entitled, “Reckoning with Anti-Blackness through Intergenerational Dialogue.” Keisha Ray, PhD, was one of the panelists, alongside Faith E. Fletcher, PhD, MA (Baylor College of…
Coauthored paper by Keisha Ray discusses cases of racially concordant care
“Should a Healthcare System Facilitate Racially Concordant Care for Black Patients?” is the title of a recent article coauthored by Lauren A. Taylor, PhD, MDiv, MPH; Osaze Udeagbala, MD, MBA; Adam Biggs, PhD; Helen-Maria Lekas, PhD; and Keisha Ray, PhD….
Keisha Ray featured in Café Bioethics podcast
The Café Bioethics podcast featured a recent episode with Keisha Ray, PhD. In the episode, Dr. Ray discusses “What Is Black Bioethics?” Published on September 14, the episode can be streamed via Spotify.
Coauthored paper on autonomy by Colin Goodman and Timothy Houk accepted for publication
“Misapplying Autonomy: Why Patient Wishes Cannot Settle Treatment Decisions” is the title of a forthcoming paper in Theoretical Medicine and Bioethics co-authored by Colin Goodman and Timothy Houk, PhD. Goodman is a fourth-year medical student who is also a member…
Environmental injustice at center of new essay by Keisha Ray
The latest issue of Hastings Center Report includes an essay by Keisha Ray, PhD, entitled “In the Name of Racial Justice: Why Bioethics Should Care about Environmental Toxins”. In the essay, Ray discusses environmental injustices threatening the health of those…
Keisha Ray quoted in CNN article about sharing vaccines with other countries
A recent article on CNN focused on the US sharing COVID-19 vaccines with other countries. Keisha Ray, PhD, was quoted in the piece, expressing that the US has an obligation to share the vaccine, especially with poorer or underdeveloped countries….
Keisha Ray explores intersections across bioethics and humanities in virtual discussion
Keisha Ray, PhD, participated in a plenary session of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) 22nd Annual Conference in October, discussing “What About the ‘H’ in ASBH? Exploring the Intersections Across Bioethics and Humanities.” Ray’s comments begin at…