The next generation of doctors will start their careers at a time when physicians are feeling pressure to limit prescriptions for opioid painkillers. Yet every day, they’ll face patients who are hurting from injuries, surgical procedures, or disease. Around 20% of adults in the U.S. live with chronic pain. With our Travis Rieder

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Ten years ago, Renee Bach left her home in Virginia to set up a charity to help children in Uganda

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But they’re learning hard lessons along the way. The numbers are encouraging, but only a start, educators say

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Hopkins on the Hill

June 14, 2019

Hopkins on the Hill event highlights 21 projects that received funding from 16 different government agencies. Event Showcases the Impact, Value, and Range of Federally Funded Research at Johns Hopkins. Featuring our Joseph Ali, and Mario Macis

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A public event in the House of Representatives will showcase federally-funded researchers from every part of JHU, including our Joseph Ali’s work towards “Strengthening the Voice of African Scholars in Global Health Ethics”

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Paul Ndebele, alum of our Fogarty African Bioethics Training Program, writes, “There has been significant growth in international collaborative research implemented in Sub-Saharan Africa over the past three decades… This growth has in part led to debates about the ethics of some of the research.”

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Texas Tech recently announced it will no longer take race into account in admissions to its medical school—a move that might affect not only aspiring doctors, but many of their would-be patients as well

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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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