As health workers fan out across the Ebola-stricken areas of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, they are facing a battle on two fronts: fighting Ebola and addressing the fears, rumors, and myths

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Classification of pregnancy as a “disability” to sanction changes in work is a matter of policy rather than medicine

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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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Are Football Injuries Ethical?

September 16, 2014

Nearly 1/3 of retired NFL players are expected to develop long-term cognitive problems.

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Difficult Environments

September 12, 2014

In our ongoing #nursingethics video series: We asked nurses to describe environments where nurses are unable to practice ethically. This is what they told us…

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The Treuman Katz Center for Pediatric Bioethics hosted its 10th annual pediatric bioethics conference on July 18 & 19, 2014. Our Nancy Kass, ScD, was among the participants. Watch now

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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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Professor and JHU-FABTP Director Adnan Hyder, MD, MPH, PhD discusses the ethics of health systems research in a dynamic webinar, now available for viewing

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