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Government Leaders Should Not Skip to the Front of the COVID-19 Vaccine Line
Prioritizing officials without clear, public criteria will undermine public health response, claims NEJM paper co-authored by Berman Institute faculty
Map showing states prioritizing teachers
How Are Teachers Prioritized for COVID-19 Vaccination by the US States?
Reflecting information on vaccination planning collected on January 12, 2021
Debra Mathews and Maria Merritt Elected Hastings Center Fellows
Faculty recognized for outstanding accomplishment regarding ethical issues in health, science, and technology
Disability and discrimination in triage frameworks: a commentary on mathematical approaches to reducing discrimination
By Laura Pugh, Medical Student, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (Download a PDF) Who should you save when you can’t save everyone? How a society answers this question says a lot about its values. COVID-19 has brought triage frameworks from the realm of thought experiment into the real world (Rosenbaum 2020). This possibility raised […]

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Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics
The Costs of Contradictory Messages About Live Vaccines in Pregnancy | AJPH | Vol. Issue https://t.co/BdCCOTybRB
Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics
'Until Everyone Is Safe, No One Is Safe': Africa Awaits The COVID-19 Vaccine https://t.co/Q9bytzJEap
Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics
Government Leaders Should Not Skip to the Front of the COVID-19 Vaccine Line https://t.co/N1K8kMWz5X