What does this have to with ethics? Patricia M Davidson, Dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing explores this question as part of our continuing #NursingEthics series

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In our #nursingethics series: Marion Broome, PhD, RN, FAAN looks at the importance of quality and safety in care environments.

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Not Walking the Line

June 19, 2014

Our Zack Berger, MD, PhD asks why when it comes to quality metrics do we seem to think that more is better, rather than following the curve?

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Respect & Dignity

June 16, 2014

#NursingEthics: Our Cynda Rushton asks “What does it mean to honor a person’s inherent inherent human dignity”. Also, Don’t miss our next #NursingEthics Twitter Chat: 6/17, 8-9pm EDT

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In our #nursingethics series: Catherine Robichaux PhD, RN, CNS looks at moral environments and how they can be supported and assessed

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Medicine

June 9, 2014

Not an art, not a science, but something else. Our Zack Berger, MD, PhD reflects on the practice of medicine

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Our Holly Taylor comments on a new paper she coauthored, prevention, access and our general failure to commit ourselves to the demands of social justice

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The Berman Institute marks a milestone with the installation of Ruth R. Faden as the inaugural Andreas C. Dracopoulos Director

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