The Department of Defense (DoD) should go further and prohibit military health personnel from participating in interrogations or force-feeding hunger strikers, according to Leonard Rubenstein, a public health and ethics researcher at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, and colleagues, writing in the journal PLoS Medicine

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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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Experts have been speaking out this week against US govt-sanctioned force-feeding of prisoners on hunger strikes at Guantanamo Bay Prison and elsewhere. Berman Institute faculty members have joined the call

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Ethics Abandoned

November 4, 2013

The independent Task Force on Preserving Medical Professionalism in National Security Detention Centers issues its report on DoD and CIA practices

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