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A welcome message from the chair of the Department of Medical Humanities and Ethics, Rita Charon, MD, PhD.
Learn more about and register for upcoming workshops and events in the Division of Narrative Medicine.
The Division of Ethics is holding its first Grand Rounds for the Fall, Winter, and Spring of 2021-22 on the theme of Race and Biomedicine.
The Division of Social Medicine & Professionalism maintains that the principles of medical professionalism are vital to the health care system.
For one day, faculty and students join together for lecture presentations, experiential learning, and workshop sessions.
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Dr. Clarence Braddock discusses five barriers threatening anti-racism goals in medical education joining a conversation with Dr. Monica Lypson moderated by Dr. Sandra Soo-Jin Lee.
The inaugural talk of the Ethics Ground Rounds Series on Race and Biomedicine presented by Dr. Alondra Nelson.
New publication from Maya Sabatello, Beverly J. Insel, Thomas Corbeil, Bruce G. Link, Paul S. Appelbaum. Social Science & Medicine, Volume 278, 2021.
The Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has appointed Dr. Sandra Soo-Jin Lee to the Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections (SACHRP).
Maya Sabatello, LLB, PhD, will serve as co-Chair (with Greta M. Goto, MBA) of NHGRI’s Community Engagement in Genomics Working Group.
ELSIhub Collection assembles cross-disciplinary literatures to enable access to information and offers an editorial experience for ELSI early career researchers, trainees, and interested scholars.
How we talk about disparities in COVID-19 reveals what we as a society think are causes and solutions.
Dr. Rothman speaks to Time Magazine about how a shift in doctors' political alignment contributes to a new generation of activist doctors.
The new center will be a first of its kind, providing ways to disseminate findings on the ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI) of genetics to both experts and the public.
Scientists wanting more diversity of ancestry among medical research volunteers need to grapple with the history of medical exploitation, says Dr. Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, Columbia University bioethicist.