News & Events

Keep up to date with the latest happenings at the Berman Institute, as well as breaking news on bioethics issues around the globe.

Celebrating 25 Years of Achievement
Join us throughout 2020 to commemorate 25 years of achievement in bioethics and to see what lies ahead
25th Anniversary Historical Highlight: Deering Hall Provides a Permanent Home
The 2011 conversion of a historic East Baltimore building brings the Berman Institute together under one roof
Celebrating 10 Top Stories from 2019
Marking last year's achievements and looking ahead to 2020
Q&A with Cynda Hylton Rushton: Examining Clinician Burnout
In Fall 2019 the National Academy of Medicine released a new report, Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being. Cynda Hylton Rushton, the Anne and George L. Bunting Professor of Clinical Ethics, was one of only two nurses selected to serve on the committee preparing the report. As a forerunner in helping nurses overcome the burden of burnout, Rushton played a key role in bringing forth evidence-based recommendations for addressing this problem in the future.

Berman News & Events

We hold more than two dozen public events each year, inviting you to learn more about the fascinating field of bioethics. Keep up to date with the latest schedule here.
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Three U.S. Airports to Screen Passengers for Chinese Coronavirus
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Social media firms 'should hand over data amid suicide risk' - Royal College of Psychiatrists hope research will sh…
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Big pharma failing to invest in new antibiotics, says WHO
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Employers’ Dream Of Controlling Health Costs Turns To Workers’ Sleep via @khnews