Empirical Bioethics Research Is a Winner, But Bioethics Mission Creep Is a False Alarm

Anne Lederman Flamm and Eric Kodish

The Journal of Clinical Ethics 25, no. 3 (Fall 2014): 189-93.



     While we do not share Evansís view that social science research is needed to shield bioethics from competitive threat, we incorporate and engage in social science research to inform our knowledge base, our clinical practice, and  our contributions to the ongoing development of the field.

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