Questions arise about preparations and whether family members have been treated with adequate respect. A failure to meet basic moral obligations?

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Berman Institute deputy director for public health, Nancy Kass, comments on public health ethics the first patient with Ebola in the US

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Physician Payment Sunshine Act

September 30, 2014

Our Stephanie Morain cautions that new transparency rules and open payments database may reveal relationships that are prone to misinterpretation

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Electronic health records present a number of new risks to patient privacy – risks that are compounded by mobile access

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Bioethics’ boundaries must naturally expand to encompass new challenges posed by changes in social technology

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As health workers fan out across the Ebola-stricken areas of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, they are facing a battle on two fronts: fighting Ebola and addressing the fears, rumors, and myths

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Classification of pregnancy as a “disability” to sanction changes in work is a matter of policy rather than medicine

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Sierra Leone On “Lockdown”

September 19, 2014

As the nation implements a complete shutdown in effort to stop the spread of Ebola, Ruth Faden reflects on disaster planning for the most vulnerable.

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