Doctors Must Do More

January 10, 2017

After his harrowing opioid experience, Hopkins bioethicist Travis Rieder says doctors must do more to help patients through withdrawal

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When Charles Thompson checked into the hospital one July morning in 2011, he expected a standard colonoscopy. He never anticipated how wrong things would go.

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The Case of Dr. Tseng

September 8, 2015

When cause of death is opioid overdose is it murder or malpractice?

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Armies of the finest minds in computer science have dedicated themselves to improving the odds of making a sale. The Internet-era abundance of data and clever software has opened the door to tailored marketing, targeted advertising and personalized product recommendations

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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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Clinical ethics expert Cynda Hylton Rushton on the ethical challenges facing nurses in the Ebola outbreak

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New #NursingEthics: At what level of risk are nurses no longer ethically obligated to provide nursing care? What do we owe to those who provide nursing care despite risks?

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Is football safe enough? several cases of retired players displaying symptoms of serious head trauma have led to increased scrutiny of the damage caused by playing the sport

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