Awardees present nine innovative, multidisciplinary projects from the first round of the JHU Exploration of Practical Ethics Program. For more information visit: http://www.bioethicsinstitute.org/practicalethics Read More
Teaching approaches that over-emphasize cost savings “could risk causing trainees to lose sight of individual patient welfare or create unintended consequences for subsequent bedside decision-making,” write Viewpoint authors Matthew DeCamp, MD PhD, and Kevin Riggs, MD, MPH. Read More
A study published in BMJ Open looks back on 10 bioethics training programs funded by the Fogarty International Center at the US National Institutes of Health.
Berman Institute scholars create a checklist to help assess respect and patient dignity in the ICU.
Scholars will continue their innovative work on one of humanity’s oldest and most complex problems – how to ethically ensure enough nutritious food for the world’s population. Read More
A university-wide team will look at the ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) of applying genomics to research on, and prevention and treatment of, infectious disease.
Berman Institute scholars are members of a research team that has received funding from the Wellcome Trust to develop guidance for conducting research with pregnant women in the midst of a public health crisis. Read More
Johns Hopkins Experts Examine the Ethics of HIV-Positive Organ Transplants. Read More