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Voting is a vital component of our democracy. By following these simple steps, you’ll ensure a safe experience at the polls during the 2020 election.
A three-step process and a framework of questions to make ethical reporting decisions, with recent convalescent plasma reporting as an example.
End-of-Life Planning with Alzheimer's Disease
The question of re-opening schools should be based on moral and ethical consideration.
As Covid-19 continues to spread across our country, it’s time to re-adjust our response and follow the most simple of guidelines.
The simultaneous COVID-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement highlighted the need to address systemic racism in the practice and delivery of health care.
While the affect on the health of people around the world has been well-reported, Covid-19’s impact on our mental health has been less well reported, but potentially just as dangerous.
Epidemiology as part of thinking through the ethics of returning to work, school, and open economies.
With the United States just a short number of days behind Italy in the coronavirus pandemic, we need to do everything we can to limit the spread of the virus.
An ethical response to a pandemic like COVID-19 requires solutions that care for all of our community, including its most vulnerable.