Nancy Kass, Jeremy Sugarman and Holly Taylor will lead the working group, which will bring together a broad array of investigators from across the university to collaborate on the bioethical and human rights issues of HIV and AIDS research and treatment

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Medical ethicists at Johns Hopkins and Brigham and Women’s Hospital provide a roadmap to the health care holy grail of higher quality, lower cost care via referrals, while avoiding the ethical pitfalls of managed care in the 1990s.

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Join our Cynda Rushton as she presents this free #nursingethics webinar on quality and efficiency in healthcare. Monday July 28, 2014. 7-8pm EDT.

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The National Institutes of Health recently decided to drastically reduce the number of chimpanzees used in NIH-funded biomedical research. “Sound Medicine” speaks with three experts in to discuss the ramifications, including our Jeffrey Kahn

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The International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR), the world’s largest professional organization of stem cell scientists, today released newly updated guidelines for stem cell research and the development of new clinical therapies. Guidelines Update Steering Committee includes our Jeremy Sugarman

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#NursingEthics at #ASBH14

August 19, 2014

Distinguished nursing theorist, Patricia Benner, will deliver a plenary address at the upcoming meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities this October in San Diego

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Public Members Needed

March 29, 2017

The Research Involving Human Subjects Committee (RIHSC) FDA’s IRB, is looking for up to three individuals from the community to serve as public members on the committee

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AMA Journal of Ethics: Health and Food Ethics Issue. A central question to be explored: What should be the roles of health professionals in promoting accountability by governments, non-governmental and civil society organizations, and the food and beverage industry in promoting strategies that can meet the nutrition and health needs of our global population?

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