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R. J. Crayton

R.J. Crayton is a novelist living in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area. She was formerly a reporter at the Kansas City Star, and later edited the trade publications Campus Crime, Education Technology News and Higher Education Technology News. Crayton’s fiction often covers ethical issues. Her novel Life First follows the plight of a woman fleeing a forced kidney donation. More information is available on her website.

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"Black, Minority Lives Need to Matter in Medicine, Too"   Ethical Technology  (Apr 8, 2015)

"Pediatrician Bedside Manner May be Key to Improving Vaccination Rates"   Ethical Technology  (May 31, 2014)

"What is Parents’ Responsibility to Protect Children’s Privacy Online?"   Ethical Technology  (Nov 26, 2013)

"Just Don’t Do It? Brain Injuries and American Football"   Ethical Technology  (Nov 6, 2013)

"Improvements in Prenatal Genetic Testing Raise Ethical Issues"   Ethical Technology  (Oct 10, 2013)

"On the Public Martin Manley Suicide"   Ethical Technology  (Sep 17, 2013)