The above infographic is found in a post about neuro-rights which highlights the importance of including society in policy surrounding neuro-rights and privacy.

The two infographics above appear in a post about the use of informed consent in the data context versus the traditional clinical context. The context of the graphics is that there are many risks that informed consent does not address or prevent.

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Bioethics: Analyzing Reasoning in Moral Controversy explores how people’s interest in the outcome of an ethical dilemma varies according to the type and weight of their stake.

For both dietary recommendations and vaccination, earning the public’s trust is crucial. See post on USDA MyPlate.

Fair Compensation for Data: Privacy, Blockchain, Ethics, and Data Science Converge describes fairness and how data subjects are left out of the financial benefits of data.

The above infographic appears in a post about the complex relationship between bioethics and obesity solutions.

The post entitled Free Exercise and Vaccine Mandates: The Least Restrictive Means describes some of the legal issues surrounding the free exercise clause. This infographic helps categorize where certain important rules or requirements apply. This infographic is not legal advice.

The above two infographics are found in the post Resilience: The Role of Reactive Critical Thinking in Bouncing Back from Disasters and Disruptors.

This infographic is found in the module on the four principles.

This infographic appears in a post entitled Bioethics & Competition: Antitrust as a Determinant of Health.

The above infographic appears in a post about vaccine hesitancy and the importance of public trust.

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