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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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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What respect, dignity and trust-related issues keep nurses up at night? Check out the storified version of our 2nd #NursingEthics Twitter chat

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Jeremy Sugarman has been elected to the Institute of Medicine (IOM), an organization that serves as an independent adviser to the nation to improve health.

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Third Thursday with the ICTR

September 15, 2017

This month’s speaker is Holly Taylor, PhD, Associate Professor of Health Policy & Management with Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health – September 21, 1 – 2 pm. Her presentation, “ICTR Research Ethics Consultation Service” will elaborate on the goals of the Research Ethics Consultation Service, to help raise awareness of, and to assist investigators in resolving ethical issues throughout the entire research process

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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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Hinxton Group formed by Johns Hopkins bioethicists says progress depends on openness.

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Argues that the creation of an explicit health benefits plan—a defined list of services that are and are not available—is an essential element in creating a sustainable system of universal health coverage. With a chapter by our Carleigh Krubiner and Ruth Faden

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