Sufficient Scruples

Bioethics, healthcare policy, and related issues.

April 15, 2008

Ask the Ethicist!

by @ 10:11 AM. Filed under

Got a burning question that hasn’t been addressed here? Want to participate more directly in the blog? Want to start a dialog of your own?

The “Ask the Ethicist” feature has been added to allow readers to create blog-post topics of their own. Here’s how it works:

This sidebar is a permanent feature of the blog, but, unlike most sidebars, it has open comments. You can respond to this post in the comments section below, asking any question, offering any opinion, or proposing any discussion topic you like. I’ll move your input to a regular blog-post, add my own response, and throw it open to the readers (all 12 of them) to contribute as well. This section will then be cleared for use by any other readers who want to propose a topic.

Be sure to give your name or handle (and e-mail or Web/blog addresses, if you like) to get proper attribution for your post. I reserve the right to delete questions that are offensive or trolls.

Note that your proposed question or topic will not appear right away. I will have to create the post first. It will usually take less than 24 hours.

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