Summer Intern Experiences

August 28, 2019

Danielle Crawford, social work sophomore at Morgan State, spent the summer as our intern. She recounts experiences shadowing social workers to learn about ethical issues they face in their practice

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Ruth Faden reflects on his extraordinary accomplishments and legacy

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Our Jeffrey Kahn regularly drops by WYPR to discuss bioethics with Midday host, Tom Hall. Link to listen now to Dr. Kahn’s most recent appearance and an archive of past appearances

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Explore the fascinating interdisciplinary world of bioethics in an interactive, intensive week-long summer institute. Leading bioethics faculty cover both theory and practical application

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In JAMA Pediatrics, our Yoram Unguru highlights growing number of drug shortages as a public health crisis limiting physicians’ abilities to cure patients. He proposes establishing critical medicines list as one solution

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PREVENT

December 6, 2018

Toward Ethical Inclusion of Pregnant Women in Preparedness, R&D, and Response. New Guidance: Extend Vaccines to Pregnant Women

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Ethical Robotics

November 2, 2018

Beginning to Program Asimov’s First Law. Roboticists at the Applied Physics Laboratory teamed up with ethicists from the Berman Institute to start the work of creating robots that can behave with an ethical code.

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Practical Ethics investigators Sarah Parkinson and Valerie De Koeijer examine the ethical challenges faced by professionals who work in or adjacent to humanitarian disasters, such as those triggered by war

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