Pieces Posted elsewhere:

5 reasons to let students keep their cameras off during Zoom classes – The Conversation

Why Should Our Patients Trust Us When We Do Not Trust Them? – Doximity

How talking about the coronavirus as an enemy combatant can backfire – The Conversation

Medical Students Do Not Owe You Their Trauma – In-Training

Preventing a Lifetime of Trauma: Is it Ever Acceptable to Alter Memories in Children? – The Neuroethics Blog

Can You Really Do Everything You Love? – Editage Insights

MD/PhD Applications: Rising Above Rejection – Editage Insights

Learning to Overcome the Impostor Syndrome – Editage Insights

Ethics and Compassion, Key Elements for Addressing Opioid Use Disorder – International Neuroethics Society

Practical and Ethical Considerations in Consciousness Restoration – The Neuroethics Blog

Redefining Treatment: Shifting Our Understanding of Our Patients’ Needs – In-Training

Women in STEM: Personal Profile – The Broad Inquiry Project

‘Fixing’ Children With Medical Conditions – The Ethics Center

The Freedom to Become an Addict – The Neuroethics Blog  (Republished on: SfN NeuroOnline)


Contributing Author:

Detained Migrants Have a Right to Proper Medical Care – Physicians for Human Rights Student Program


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