This year’s Ethical Nag posts
- How other doctors (but not you of course!) are influenced by Big Pharma
- Does knowing change behaving?
- Avandia: a very short history of a very bad drug
- Public humiliation as self-tracking motivation
- When does mindfulness become mind-numbing?
- “Heads they win, tails we lose”: the corruption of science
- Self-tracking tech revolution? Not so fast. . .
- The three triggers that can change behavior
- My farewell letter to the Pope
- PhD in analyzing text messages. Seriously.
- Patients as Partners, or Patients as Tokens?
- Digital temptations: “Quantifying, tracking or gamifying everything”
- “If you’re clueless and you know it . . . ”
- Branded content: advertising dressed up in a thin disguise?
- An open letter to mobile health app developers and their funders – Jessie Gruman
- Ethicists demand external, independent investigation of Dan Markingson’s death
- Should doctors use their real names on social media?
- “Punytive” damages: the biggest corporate fines ever
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