Condemning Systemic Racism and Police Violence

A statement from the Berman Institute

Expecting the Unexpected: Guidelines for Medical Education Disaster Preparedness

A medical student's experiences during Hurricane Maria inform view of medical education during the pandemic

A Physician’s Open Letter to Hospital Visitors

Help ailing loved ones heal by staying away from them

Building Trust While Influencing COVID-19 Social Media Content

Berman Institute faculty co-author Lancet paper on the public health threat of misinformation

Study of Social Distancing in Italy Sheds Light on Self-Isolation Practices

Prof. Macis study finds setting an expiration date on social distancing measures can jeopardize compliance
A parent holds virtual schools

Emergency Homeschool is Not Homeschooling

MBE student Vivian V. Altiery De Jesús writes about the ethical concerns of COVID-19-homeschool

In Fight Against COVID-19, Nurses Face High-Stakes Decisions

Cynda Rushton discusses conditions and decisions nurses encounter daily wrestling with huge challenges posed by coronavirus 

An Ethical Framework to Guide Hospitals During COVID-19

Jeffrey Kahn Q&A about JHU-led project to guide hospitals through the ethics of resource allocation

No Visitors in the Hospital … Unless You’re in Labor?

Hecht-Levi Fellow Marielle Gross considers no-visit policies’ impact on patient care

Publishing During the COVID-19 Epidemic: Prompt Conclusions or Quality Studies?

Prof. Michael Erdek cautions against a rush to faulty judgment

Looming Blood Shortage Raises Ethical Questions about Allocation

Berman Institute Director Jeffrey Kahn publishes NY Daily News commentary

JHU Faculty Express Urgent Concern about Covid-19 Spread in Prison

More than 200 sign letter urging Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to take action