Dying with dignity – what next after the Liverpool care pathway?
How to Inspire Interdisciplinarity: Lessons from the Collegiate System
Hippocratic Hypocrisy: When it comes to CPR, is less care actually better care?
Is offering “futile resuscitation” really the right thing to do?
Aid-In-Dying Requires More Than Just a Law, Californians Find (All Things Considered)
Futility and Doctors in Training (Interview on Weekend Edition: Second Opinion)
Should Homelessness be a Death Sentence?
The Hippocratic Paradox: When Is Resuscitating a Patient Doing Them Harm? Featured blog on the front page of Huffington Post, UK
Huffington Post Regular Contributor
How Academia and Publishing are Destroying Scientific Innovation: A Conversation with Sydney Brenner
Academia and Intellectual Soulcraft: A Conversation with Cornel West. Edited by Josh Booth, Elizabeth Dzeng, Nicholas Mulder and Ryan Rafaty.
Moving Towards a Culture of Care During End of Life Conversations
Bringing Emotions Back Into Medicine
Aid in Dying: A Triumph of Choice Over Care?
Physician as Healer or Harmer? The Ethical Context of Aid in Dying
How Much are Misaligned Incentives in Health Care Costing Taxpayers?
Entrenched biases and structural incentives limit the influence of interdisciplinary research
Gates Cambridge Scholars: Making an Impact
Fingerprints Point to the Future of Healthcare. Written by Elizabeth Dzeng, Toby Norman, and Daniel Storisteanu
Neither System is Perfect
Global Scholars Symposium 2013 Press
Speaking about ‘Non-Violence’ and the ‘Path to Peace and Happiness’ in Cambridge. 20 April, 2013. His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s webpage
Cambridge: Dalai Lama Visit. 19 April, 2013. Heart.co.uk
Dalai Lama Makes Cambridge Visit. 19 April, 2013. BBC News Cambridgeshire
Warm applause for Dalai Lama’s Cambridge Visit. 20 April, 2013. BBC News
Dalai Lama in Cambridge for Conference on Resolving Conflict. 23 April, 2013. itv.com