Watch “Bias, Structural Racism, and Health Professionals: Lessons for Today from Nazi Medicine”

Webinar presented in observance of YomHaShoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day - by Sheldon Rubenfeld, clinical professor of medicine, Baylor College of Medicine executive director of The Center for Medicine after the Holocaust
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Analysis of Medical Records Finds Physicians Are More Likely to Doubt Black Patients

Berman Institute's Mary Catherine Beach publishes study in Journal of General Internal Medicine
Portrait of Marie Nolan

Marie Nolan Named Interim Dean of Hopkins School of Nursing

Berman Institute faculty member will lead School during search for permanent dean

New Global Tracker to Measure Pandemic’s Impact on Education Worldwide

Tracker a collaborative effort of Johns Hopkins University, the World Bank, and UNICEF

Explore the Fascinating Field of Bioethics at our Summer Institute

Prior coursework or experience not required to participate in weeklong classes on cutting edge bioethics subjects

Berman Institute Launches Inclusion, Diversity, Anti-Racism and Equity Committee

Institute-wide group will help lead critical conversations about racism and other forms of oppression

States Must Implement Teacher Vaccination Plans and Tracking to Ensure Safe School Reopenings

eSchool+ Initiative launches dashboard of state-by-state policies and status

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 […]
Students attending school wearing PPE

Prof. Collins Helps Create Educational Modules for School and District Leaders About In-Person Learning in COVID Era

Provides U.S. school & district officials with best Practices a to reduce COVID-19 risks during in-person learning