Medical ethicists at Johns Hopkins and Brigham and Women’s Hospital provide a roadmap to the health care holy grail of higher quality, lower cost care via referrals, while avoiding the ethical pitfalls of managed care in the 1990s.

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Q & A with Pamela Ronald, PhD, is Director of the Laboratory for Crop Genetics Innovation at the University of California, Davis and a participant in the Feeding the World, Ethically meeting

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Q & A with John Wilkinson, PhD, from the Graduate Center for Agricultural Development in the Rural Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and a participant in the Feeding the World, Ethically meeting

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Continuing our new series – Q & A with Clare Narrod, PhD. from the Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nurtition (JIFSAN) and a participant in the Feeding the World, Ethically meeting held in Ranco, Italy

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The Right to Die in Prison

January 7, 2015

“I am a human being, and regardless of what I’ve done, I remain a human being. So, yes, give me euthanasia.”

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In December 2014 the Berman Institute celebrated 15 years of its African Bioethics Training Program with a reunion and symposium on critical issues facing the continent.

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Global Food Ethics Project guest blogger, Jess Fanzo, explores ethics and how to construct better and more effective food policies

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Our Top 14 Posts of 2014

December 26, 2014

With thanks to our readers for another great year at the Berman Institute Bioethics Bulletin, here are our top 14 posts from the past year

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