Our Cynda Rushton, Anne and George L. Bunrting Professor of Clinical Ethics, offers insights into the career and legacy of Isabel Hampton Robb, who laid the foundation of ethics for nursing. Robb was the first superintendent of nurses at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and principal of its nurse training school

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Debra Mathews , Ph.D., M.A., the Berman Institute’s assistant director for science programs, has been awarded one of three coveted spots in the Greenwall Foundation’s Faculty Scholar Program in Bioethics.

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‘The virus is winning hands down’ keynote speaker Michael Osterholm says, urges more action, investment in vaccine research. Panel included our Nancy Kass

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Informed consent documents should be shortened, simplified, study by Johns Hopkins Bioethicists confirms

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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 Johns Hopkins Fogarty African Bioethics Training Program & the University of Zambia invite you to join a research ethics webinar. Dr. Paulina Tindana will present on challenges in seeking informed consent for genomics research & biobanking, contrasting available models and making a case for broad consent for international genetics/genomics research when accompanied by effective community engagement strategies

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With a grant from the Hecht-Levi Foundation, the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics will host and mentor at least 10 postdoctoral fellows over the next decade

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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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