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Surrogate Decision Making in the Internet Age

Posted Sep 16 2012 8:02am
The just-released October 2012 issue (12[10]) of the American Journal of Bioethics includes a target article and peer commentaries on surrogate decision making in the internet age.  I participated in this debate.  Here is the table of contents for this part of the issue:  

Surrogate Decision Making in the Internet Age
Jessica Berg
pages 28-33

Surrogate Decision Making 2.0: Digital Evidence as Clinical Testimony
Lance Wahlert
pages 34-36

A Disability Response to Surrogate Decision Making in the Internet Age
Teresa Blankmeyer Burke
pages 36-37

The Self, Social Media, and Social Construction
Meredith Stark & Joseph J. Fins
pages 38-39

Authenticating an Online Identity
Steve Matthews
pages 39-41

Claims About Surrogate Decision-Making Accuracy Require Empirical Evidence
Adam Feltz & Taylor Abt
pages 41-43

Facebook Can Improve Surrogate Decision Making
Thaddeus Mason Pope
pages 43-45

Social Media as a Contributor to Substituted Judgment: The Hazards Outweigh the Value
Nicholas Sadovnikoff & Martha Jurchak
pages 45-47

Are We Prepared for Surrogate Decision Making in the Internet Age?
Jessica A. Moore & Colleen M. Gallagher
pages 47-49

Status Update: The Complexities of the Internet Age Bring Urgency for Deliberately Making Advance Health Care Decision Wishes Known
Samantha Siess & Anne Moyer
pages 49-50

Considerations in Surrogate Decision Making in the Internet Age
Nancey Trevanian Tsai
page 51

Response to Open Peer Commentaries on “Surrogate Decision Making in the Internet Age”
Jessica Berg
pages W1-W2


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