A selection of interviews and quotations in the media (reverse chronological order)
- Bartlett, Tom (2021, June 2). At These Colleges, Professors are Being Told Not to Ask Students if They’re Vaccinated. Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Horng, Eric (2021, June 2). Biden’s Month of Action aims to get 70% of adults partially vaccinated by July 4. ABC 7 Eyewitness News Chicago.
- Wall, Craig and Eric Horng (2021, April 27). Vax Pass: Chicago considering vaccine passports for entry to summer festivals, concerts, events. ABC 7 Eyewitness News Chicago.
- Brown, Terrell (2021, April 11). Our Chicago: Vaccine passports could be used for travel, concerts, sports as life returns to normalcy. ABC 7 Sunday Morning Chicago News.
- Diaz, Adrianna (2021, April 7). “Vaccine passports” spark debate and division. CBS Evening News with Nora O’Donnell. (2021, April 10) recut version starts at minute 13.
- Nelson, Marissa (2021, April 5). Equity, Privacy Concerns Among Considerations for Vaccine Passports. Chicago Tonight. WTTW.
- Schulte, Sarah (2021, March 29). What is a vaccine passport and how would it be used. ABC News Chicago.
- Langer, Marie-Astrid (2021, March 25). Die Amerikaner jagen in sozialen Netzwerken überschüssigen Impfdosen nach [Americans chase excess vaccine doses on social networks]. New Journal of Zurich.
- Schneider, Scott and Padilla, Anita (2021, March 9). Chase for leftover vaccine aims to eliminate waste. Good Day Chicago. Fox 32 News.
- Lourgos, Angie Leventis (2021, March 4). With COVID-19 shots in short supply, some people are getting vaccinated with leftover doses that might otherwise be wasted: ‘Better in your arm than in the trash’. Chicago Tribune.
- Schoonover, Nika (2021, February 14). Biden pandemic response strategy aims to rebuild public trust, increase vaccine rollout. The DePaulia.
- DeSilva, Hayley (2021, February 7). Chicago’s vaccine distribution plan is organized chaos-with dire consequences. The DePaulia.
- Meluch, Rebecca (2021, January 31). Chicago enters phase 1B of vaccine distribution-but college students will have to wait. The DePaulia
- Hernandez, Ernest (2021, January 31). Commentary: NBA and sports organizations should not jump the line receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.” The DePaulia.
- Gleeson, Cailey (2021, January 31). Indoor dining resumes in Chicago, suburban Cook County. The DePaulia.
- Jenvey, Holly and Gleeson , Cailey (25, January 2021). DePaul falls short as local universities announce vaccine roll-out plans. The DePaulia.
- Michael Cook (29 November 2020). Will COVID-19 dethrone ‘autonomy’ as the dominant principle of bioethics? BioEdge
- Lazarus, David (20 November 2020). Columna: Alexa puede ser clave para el inminente dominio de Amazon en el mercado de la salud. LA Times (Espanol)
- Explica.co (20 November 2020). Alex may be key to Amazon’s looming domination of the healthcare market. Explica.co
- Cook, Michael (19 September 2020). Are you a burnt-out bioethicist? If so, you’ve got company. BioEdge.
- Wojnicki, Rachel (3 September 2020). Craig Klugman Named to National Biodefense Science Board. Newsline.
- (14 August, 2020). Bioethicist shares perspective on university’s approach to health monitoring. DePaul Newsline.
- Knowles, Jason (23 July, 2020). COVID-19 testing labs overwhelmed by high demand due to surges. ABC 7 Chicago.
- Pieper, Mary (23 June, 2020). In Nashville, Sharing COVID Data with Police Raises Fears Among Blacks, Immigrants. Digital Privacy News.
- Kaufman, Mark (June 11, 2020). The Pandemics Most Bitter Pill: Plagues and disease are familiar villains in human history. Mashable.
- Ballew, Jonathan (May 15, 2020). ‘Selfish and Gross’: Illinois Natives Plan Bar Sprees in Wisconsin. The Daily Beast.
- (May 2020) “Transparency Is Central Ethical Concern During COVID-19 Pandemic” Medical Ethics Advisor 36 (5), pp. 54-56.
- Blakely, Linda (May 13, 2020). DePaul Bioethicists and Their Role in the Fight Against COVID-19. DePaul Downloads [podcast].
- Loiaconi, Stephen (May 11, 2020). Protests, confrontations rise amid tensions over easing coronavirus restrictions. Sinclair Broadcast.
- Cook, Michael (April 26, 2020). Is a Texas nursing home doctor abusing human rights? BioEdge.
- Kaufman, Mark (April 24, 2020). What needs to happen before your boss can make you return to work. Mashable.
- Schutze, Jim (April 16, 2020). Problem with Channel 8 Miracle Drug Story if Stupid News, Not Fake News. Dallas Observer.
- Quraishi, Ash-har (April 1, 2020). Healthcare Workers Face Difficult Choices in Fight Against Coronavirus. Scripps Media (TV).
- Kuzma, Cindy (March 17, 2020). A Bioethicsts’ Guide to COVID-19. Chicago Magazine.
- Santos, Olivia and Mock, Elizabeth (February 28, 2020). Art Integrated BSN Program Teaches Nurses Humanist Approach. TAMUCC.edu
- (2020, February 24) Would You Pay to Be Part of an Anti-Aging Clinical Trial? The Doctors.
- Knowles, Francine. (2019, December 30). Talk To Your Family Now About Advance Care Directives. Chicago Tribune Daily Southtown.
- Hu, Jane C. (2019, December 9). How Do We Know When Research Participants Truly Give Consent? Future Tense. Slate.
- North, Bonnie (2019, December 2). A Slippery Slope: Medicine, Technology & Bioethics. Lake Effect. WUWM Milwaukee Public Radio.
- Pandika, Melissa (2019, October 13). Young blood may hold the weapons for targeting age-related diseases. Chemical and Engineering News 97(40).
- (2019, September 15) Guest on The Roy Green Show, Corus Radio Global News. Canada.
- (2019, August 28) What Does Euthanasia and Execution Look Like Across the World? Worldview. WBEZ. Chicago.
- Kitchener Today with Brian Bourke on 570 NEWS Rogers radio in Kitchener, On. Canada (2019, August 19).
- Kirkey, Sharon (2019, August 19). Is it immoral to have babies in the era of climate change? National Post (Canada).
- AirTalk (2019, July 16). Is Ignorance Really Bliss When It Comes To Knowing Your Risk of Alzheimers? Medical Experts Are Split. KPCC 89.3 (Los Angeles NPR Affiliate) .
- Lazarus, David (2019, July 16). Alexa May Be Key to Amazon’s Looming Domination of the Health Care Market. LA Times.
- Pickus, Abigail (2019, June). Creative Sources of Knowledge. DePaul Magazine.
- Fottrell, Quentin (2019. June). GoFundMe Has Revolutionized How We Give, But Is That a Good Thing? Town and Country.
- (2019, April) Ethical Issues Around Investigative Genealogy. International Symposium on Human Identification
- Lee, Ella (April). Tobacco 21 bills rises from the ashes. The DePaulia.
- Stettner, Morey (April). Why your doctor might ignore your DNR–and it’s perfectly legal. Marketwatch
- Ellis, Glenn (January). Ancestry DNA Testing. Information is the Best Medicine. WURB.
- Requena, Richie. Measles Outbreaks Preventable, Experts Say. The DePaulia.
- Cook, Michael (December) Ah, look at all the lonely people. BioEdge.
- Symons, Xavier (October) Social Prescribing and the bioethics of loneliness. BioEdge
- Cuthbert, Lori (September) Octopuses Given Ecstasy for Science-But is that Ethical. National Geographic.
- Toboni, Gianna. (August). Execution. Vice News Tonight. HBO.
- Bioethicist: The Ethics of the Death Penalty Are Clear, It’s Wrong. Yubanet.
- Dellabella, Hannah. (June) Mining Patient Emergency Contact Data for Medical Research Raises Ethical Questions. MedicalBag.
- Dall, Chris. (May). African study on pre-emptive antibiotics in kids spurs resistance debate. CIDRAP News.
- Murphy, Heather. (May) ‘Will You Be My Emergency Contact?’ Takes on a Whole New Meaning. New York Times.
- Troyanos, Allie. (April) Publishing in the Health Humanities. Springer Nature.
- Matthews, Mellisa. (April) The World’s First Total Penis and Scrotum Transplant Was Performed at Johns Hopkins. Men’s Health
- Smith, Wesley J. (March) Should EMTs Save a Human or a Dog First. National Review.
- Gaitan, Daniel. (March) Right To Try’ Legislation Heats Up Debate Between Medical Providers And Conservative Activists. Life Matters Media.
- Bellisomo, Randi. (February) ‘Bucket lists’ might help with end-of-life discussions Reuters.
- Mooney, Joan. (February) Would You Want to Know Your Risk of Alzheimer’s? NextAvenue.
- Atkins, Emily. (January) Why Scientists Accused of Sexual Misconduct Can Still Get Government Grants. New Republic.
- Moran, Mark. (December) Bioethics Panel Raises Patient Consent, Control of Data as Top Concerns. APA News.
- Levy, Sandra. (July) Is Random Drug Testing in Physicians’ Future? Medscape.
- Serabian, Tony. (June) Why we keep death in the closet. Morning Shift. WBEZ. [NPR Radio}
- Wrege, Louise (November 20) Bioethicist: Mandatory testing may cause more harm than good. Herald Palladium.
- Hamzelou J. (October 17) Eggs made from skin cells in lab could herald end of infertility. New Scientist.
- (September) Right to Try Laws. KSRO-Santa Rosa. [Radio}
- Liviendo, Olivia (August 4) ¿Qué hago si tengo los síntomas del zika?. Univision Noticias. Univision
- Troung, Alice (July 20) You realize pokemon is basically animal cruelty, right? Quartz.
- Belisomo, Randi (July 1) Opting for CPR but not intubation may not be wise. Reuters.
- Miro, J. (April 19) How much is too much when it comes to pharmaceutical advertising. Delaware Online.
- (March 16) Hospitals Prepare for Penis Transplants. JAMA Medical News & Perspectives.
- Gaitan, Daniel (February 2) JAMA Perspective Critical of POLST. LIfeMattersMedia.
- Farmer, Pat (October 7). Make Clear Now Your Future Treatment Choices. Baltimore Sun.
- Phipps, Jennie L. (September 30) Making Life’s Final Decisions Easier. Bankrate
- Goode, Carolyn-Jo. (September 30) Texans Using Advance Directives for More Than Refusing Care. Houston Style Magazine.
- Gaitan, D (August). ‘Language Of War’ Used To Describe Jimmy Carter’s Cancer Experience. LIfeMattersMedia.
- Bellisomo, Randi. *(July) Fulfilling ‘three wishes’ helps ICU staff honor dying patients. Reuters.
- Radcliffe, Shawn. (June) Right to Try Movement Wants Terminally Ill to Get Experimental Drugs. Healthline.
- (June). Quarantine during MERS Outbreak. Q90.5 FM Busan, South Korea. [Radio}
- Begley, Sharon. (May) J&J to Consult Ethicists on requests for experimental drugs. Reuters.
- Freund, Lena. ( May 8) Janssen Seeking Ethicists’ Input on Compassionate Use. FDA News.
- Merrifield N. (April) Student nurses improve observation skills through visual arts course in US. Nursing Times.
- Kuehn, Bridget M. (April). US Hospitals Prepare for Penis Transplants. JAMA Medical News & Perspectives
- (February) Canadian Supreme Court’s decision to legalize assisted suicide. WBEZ WorldView. [NPR Radio}
- Mathews, Kristin. “Class at the Museum: Faculty Tap Resources at the DePaul Museum.” DePaul Newsline.
- Gaitan, Daniel (January). Teen Sues State to Avoid Forced Cancer Treatment: Medical Ethicists Review Decision. LifeMattersMedia.
- Tucker, Tommy. (January) Cassandra C. WWL Talk Radio in New Orleans, LA. [Radio}
- Scudellari, Megan. (December) Tests May Soon Predict Alzheimer’s, Do You Want to Know? Bloomberg News.
- Gaitan Daniel. (November) The Death of Brittany Maynard Sparks Debate on “Death with Dignity.” LifeMattersMedia.
- (October). Ebola. KCRW-Santa Monica [online discussion]
- Gridneff, I. (October) Rawanda Worries About Ebola From U.S., Spain. Business Week.
- House, Billy (October 1). How do you balance the need to curtail Ebola with the right to liberty. National Journal.
- Radelat, Ana ( October 23) Connecticut quarantines nine who are symptom-free under Ebola protocols. CT Mirror.
- Pelletier, Stephen, (September) Technology in Academic Medicine: Technology Promotes Wide Use of Advance Directives. AAMC Reporter.
- Brotman, B. (June) Expansion of end-of-life care order awaits governor’s signature. Chicago Tribune.
- Jaret, P. (May) Would you Want to Know. AARP Bulletin.
- Gaitan D (April). Stopping Eating and Drinking to Hasten Death. LifeMattersMedia.
- (April 21). Lawmakers propose incentives for end-of-life planning. WHBL (WI).
- (March) 3-parent embryos. MorningNews-WGNTV. [Television]
- (February 17) Belgium’s Euthanasia for Children Law Sparks Debate. LifeMattersMedia.
- Silva, Elda (September 9). Pursuing Medicine through Art. San Antonio Express News.
- Avila, Jaie (February 15). Controversy over medical device safety. WOAI TV San Antonio.
- (January 3). Four men charged. WOIA NewsRadio (TX).
- Forsythe, John (January 2). Three arrested for peddling miracle cure from stem cells. Chicago Tribune/Reuters.
- Marini, Richard (February 2). Art Just What the Doctor Ordered. San Antonio Express-News.
- (January 27). Local med students head to art school. mySA (TX).
- Mason, Berit (November 15). Stem Cell Research Remains Political: Researchers Want to Forge Ahead but Aren’t Sure How to Navigate. WOAI Radio (TX)
- Woolston, Chris (June 1). Medicine in a Small, Small Town. AARP.
- (August 17). Texas medical ethicist creates new living will website. KHOU-11 (TX).
- (August 17). Center for Medical Humanities & Ethics New Website Helps Ease End of Life. Mission Magazine.
- Martinez, Daisy (June 17). Living Wills Help Families Prepare for Emergencies, Death of Loved Ones. Valley Morning Star (TX).
- Allen, Elizabeth (May 24). Advance directive can help make sure you get your wish. San Antonio Express-News.
- Russell, Terri (January 30). Possible Professor Exodus. KOLO TV (NV).
- O’Malley, Jaclyn (November 13). Maverick doctor under fire. Reno Gazette-Journal.