Shifting Perspectives: A Victim-Centered Account of Microaggressions in Medicine, and Beyond
This guest blog comes to IJFAB from Lauren Freeman and Heather Stewart, and conveys the core of the argument they render in a recent issue of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal. Freeman is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Louisville and a core member of the MA in Bioethics and Medical Humanities. Stewart is a PhD student at the University of Western Ontario, whose work in medical ethics focuses on delivery of care to members of queer and trans communities. Freeman and Stewart are co-authoring a book called Microaggressions in Medicine.