Michelle Mello, our Maria Merritt, and Scott Halpern discuss healthcare institutions’ responsibilities to support their employees’ volunteer efforts in Ebola-affected regions

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Bioethics scholar and sickle cell disease researcher Carlton Haywood Jr. has been recognized by Ebony Magazine on its Power 100 list

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A Navy nurse has refused to participate in force-feeding at Guantanamo Bay Prison, adding fuel to debate over the procedure and nursing ethics in general. Two Berman Institute faculty members discuss.

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Berman Institute Scholars launch a curriculum for training diverse healthcare workers to apply palliative care principles to pediatric patients suffering from sickle cell disease and Duchenne muscular dystrophy

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The Berman Institute’s public health ethics scholars address the most asked and most difficult questions of the ongoing Ebola outbreak.

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Sierra Leone On “Lockdown”

September 19, 2014

As the nation implements a complete shutdown in effort to stop the spread of Ebola, Ruth Faden reflects on disaster planning for the most vulnerable.

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Sickle cell disease patients are less likely to follow physician recommendations when they perceive discrimination, study finds. Authors include our Carlton Haywood Jr, and Mary Catherine Beach

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Ethics & Ebola

September 7, 2014

As the Ebola virus continues to spread across West Africa, daunting ethical challenges abound. See what our faculty have had to say

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