Tag: Public Health
Surveillance, Stigma, and Ethics in Criminal Justice Research
Recent Study Finds Reasons for Covid-19 Vaccine Hesitancy among Racial and Ethnic Minority Parents of Young Children
Disability and Healthcare: Systematic Policy Failure and the Continuing Legacy of Eugenics & Racism
The Medical Complaints of Black Women: Unheard or Ignored
Why are Black Communities Being Singled Out as Vaccine Hesitant?
Structural Violence in Global Clinical Research
Anti-Black Racism as a Public Health Crisis
Newsfeed: Ethics in the Time of Corona(virus)
Welcome to the 2019 HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute Fellows!
A Population of Addiction
Welcome to the 2018 HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute Fellows!
White Opioids: Pharmaceuticals, Race, and the War on Drugs That Wasn’t | Lecture with Helena Hansen, MD, PhD
Ethics in the News: World AIDS Day and the Fordham University HIV and Drug Abuse Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute (RETI) – December 2, 2017
Lesson in Bioethics Given by Golden Girls | Dr. Elizabeth Yuko
Ethics in the News: The Ethics of Hunting Down ‘Patient Zero,’ Human-Animal Embryos, Health Care in Prisons, Humanoid Robotics, & More – November 11, 2016
Ethical Implications of Victim Blaming in Cases of Police Brutality
Ethics in the News: The Ethics of AI, Ethics of Bringing Extinct Species Back, The Opioid Crisis and Telemedicine, & More – September 30, 2016
Fordham’s Dr. Elizabeth Yuko Address Ethics of Web Self-Diagnoses
RETI Fellow Examines Intersectional Stigma for HIV-Positive African American Women
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