Our Cynda Hylton Rushton & Renee Boss are editors of a collection of personal stories written by clinicians, recounting experiences of moral distress that affected their work and sometimes personal life

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Is Knowledge Power?

November 6, 2013

Allison McCague on Huntington’s Disease and family communication

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Experts have been speaking out this week against US govt-sanctioned force-feeding of prisoners on hunger strikes at Guantanamo Bay Prison and elsewhere. Berman Institute faculty members have joined the call

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Our Nancy Kass is a guest editor of the American Journal of Public Health’s comprehensive look at the current ethical landscape of human subjects research with minority populations

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Ethics Abandoned

November 4, 2013

The independent Task Force on Preserving Medical Professionalism in National Security Detention Centers issues its report on DoD and CIA practices

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Our Sara Glass, coordinator of the Global Food Ethics Project, reports on a recent meeting hosted by George Washington University, “Feeding the Planet Summit: Sustainable Innovations in Food Security”

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On the heels of the CDC’s zombie-preparedness post, one bioethicist fleshes out moral considerations

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With a grant from the Hecht-Levi Foundation, the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics will host and mentor at least 10 postdoctoral fellows over the next decade

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