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Intolerance of Conscience Threatens Diversity in Medicine

The Point Blog | By Jonathan Imbody | June 11, 2018

In his continuing series on conscience in healthcare, Jonathan Imbody discusses how sometimes we need our physicians, who often are among the few people with whom we can share personal information under the protection of privacy, to inform and even challenge our health choices.

Praying with Patients

In this week’s blog post, Dr. Autumn Dawn Galbreath explores what a variety of secular physicians have to say about praying with patients in the exam room. It’s a topic that is vastly important to Christian healthcare professionals. Not surprisingly, there was a wide range of options among secular physicians.

Abortion and Sex Issues Incite Opposition to Conscience Freedom Rule

The Point Blog | By Jonathan Imbody | May 02, 2018

In a continuing series of blogs on conscience in healthcare, Jonathan Imbody shares the discrimination stories of two nurses who faced losing their jobs for refusing to participate in abortions.

Conscience Freedoms Protect Against Ideological Agendas

The Point Blog | By Jonathan Imbody | April 05, 2018

In a continuing series of blogs on conscience in healthcare, Jonathan Imbody continues the discussion on the importance of the new division created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address conscience and religious freedom in healthcare.

Three California Bills Needing Attention

The Point Blog | By Andrè Van Mol, MD | March 20, 2018

There are three bills pending in the California Assembly that beg your attention and action. They clearly seem intended to stand as national models. Dr. Andre Van Mol provides a brief on these bills, followed by talking points regarding their problems and where to lodge your protests.

New HHS division, conscience freedom laws and policies protect patients and physicians

The Point Blog | By Jonathan Imbody | March 01, 2018

In the sixth of a series of blogs on conscience in healthcare, Jonathan Imbody continues the discussion on the importance of the new division created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address conscience and religious freedom in healthcare.

Rights of Conscience, Moral Complicity and Free Speech

In this week’s blog post, Dr. Robert Cranston joins the ongoing conversation about healthcare right of conscience and how it impacts an upcoming case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

Are healthcare conscience laws needed?

The Point Blog | By Jonathan Imbody | February 01, 2018

In the fifth of a series of blogs on conscience in healthcare, Jonathan Imbody discusses the importance of the new division created by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address conscience and religious freedom in healthcare.

"Patient autonomy" – The Trojan Horse assault on conscience freedom in healthcare

The Point Blog | By Jonathan Imbody | January 04, 2018

In the fourth of a series of blogs on conscience in healthcare, Jonathan Imbody discusses how changes to World Medical Association’s Declaration of Geneva is being used by right of conscience limiters to assert "patient's well-being" to leverage their agenda.

Autonomy quickly translates to tyranny

The Point Blog | By Jonathan Imbody | November 02, 2017

In the second of a series of blogs on conscience in healthcare, Jonathan Imbody discusses the assertion that the “rights of patients” in healthcare trump everyone else’s rights.

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