A new video from Jill Rosenbaum at Retro Report, in association with American Experience, premiering on The Atlantic today, depicts some major bioethics quandaries that have resulted from advances in genetic screening technology. Watch now

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Kojo Namdi Show: Last year, more than 72,000 Americans died from drug overdoses. Now, schools in Maryland are bracing for the local impact. Some are stocking up on naloxone, a medication which is used to block the effects of opioids and prevent fatal overdoses. Guests include our Brendan Saloner, listen now

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And we are not prepared for it. A century ago, the Spanish flu killed more than 50 million people. The world is at risk of another pandemic of similar scale

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Bioethics Gets Practical

October 15, 2018

Graduates of the Berman Institute’s new master’s program appear to be hot commodities, as employers—from industry to government agencies—aim to bring a more ethical lens to their work

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Top researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have filed at least seven corrections with medical journals recently, divulging financial relationships with health care companies that they did not previously disclose

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The general theme of digital health care is easy to grasp — maybe too easy. Somewhere, right now, a hopeful CEO is making a pitch to a potential investor about how its new digital product or service will transform health care and improve outcomes, reduce costs, and save time. The story works

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Online Spaces

October 15, 2018

Investigators of Conducting Research in Commercially-Owned Online Space, aim to clarify the best way to do public health research on content that is created by and owned by private, and sometimes powerful, entities.

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Moral Resilience

October 12, 2018

How to nagivate ethical complexity in clinical practice. In this video series, Our Cynda Rushton provides the guiding principles of moral resilience, and explores how they can be put into practice

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