Posts Tagged ‘technology’


Uber Accessible: How Health Care Providers are Partnering with Ride-Share Companies to Improve Transportation for Non-Emergency Care

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  More and more, technology is becoming a part of our everyday lives.  Increases in technology can have both positive and negative impacts.  We now live in a world where we can order anything, including food and car services on our phones.  Recently, ride share programs such as Uber and Lyft are partnering with medical […]

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The Abortion Drone: An Innovative Use of Technology to Advance Women’s Health

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This post was co-authored by Rebecca Reingold and Sandra Majestic. Last month, sexual and reproductive rights activists found a new use for drone technology. The Dutch NGO Women on Waves, in collaboration with other women’s rights organizations, coordinated the first “Abortion Drone”. The unmanned aerial vehicle flew packets of abortion pills from the German town […]

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Investing in brain sciences: the “who gets what?” questions of neuroethics

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Katherine Shats, Dan J. Stein, and James Giordano The United States’ Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative announced last year, seeks to infuse over $1billion (USD) to basic and clinical neuroscientific research agendas. Hailed as a “Big Science” agenda focusing on the “Grand Challenge” of furthering capabilities to both understand and affect the […]

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