J. Wesley Boyd, MD, PhD has studied and researched a wide variety of issues, including what health care personnel know about military medical ethics, how much medical personnel in India know about conditions in Indian prisons and jails, difficulties being able to access mental health care, the ways in which insurance companies generate profits by denying care, moral and ethical distress among veterinarians, the thoughts and feelings of individuals who have been conceived through donor technologies, the availability of Suboxone treatment for opiate addiction across the US, the ways in which physicians with suspected drug problems are treated, the investments of the insurance industry in fast food and tobacco, the harms of mass incarceration, the dangers of COVID for individuals who are incarcerated, and numerous other topics.
- ICE Detention Facilities are Routinely Utilizing Solitary Confinement: Today is a Major Day for Human Rights
- The Mirror article: Mystery over nitrogen execution death with fears it’ll be ‘incredibly painful’
- Baylor College of Medicine student Amelia Mercado and I appeared on this STAT First Opinion podcast with Torie Bosch
- Giving Immigrants and Asylum Seekers a Voice for Human Rights
- Lecture on Medical Ethics for Forethought India