D M E J

Duke Medical Ethics Journal

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History & Mission

The Duke Medical Ethics Journal (DMEJ) was created in 2019 by a team of students who recognized the importance, and lack, of ethics education in their pre-medical undergraduate curriculum. Our goal was to change that by sparking conversation on Duke’s campus and beyond so that we might move past the notion that medicine as a field is a black and white science. By examining the ethical side of healthcare, we hope to educate individuals about the the numerous concerns to navigate in real-world healthcare settings, promote a more humanistic model of healthcare, and create a platform to share the stories of marginalized voices. This journal has covered a range of topics, including health and identity, the challenges of COVID, and patient power. We look forward to continuing to promote discourse about medical ethics on Duke’s campus and beyond!

OUR SPRING 2022 ISSUE WAS PUBLISHED ON APRIL 22ND, 2022!! 

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Recent Issues

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FALL 2021
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SPRING 2021
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FALL 2020
SPRING 2020
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Many thanks to The John Spencer Bassett Memorial Fund for financially supporting our website!