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Holocaust Genocide and Contemporary Bioethics Program

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Decolonizing & Democratizing Global Health Research Training: Case Studies

Illustration: Sydney MukonoweshuroMatthew DeCamp, MD, PhD, worked with colleagues from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Johns Hopkins University, Morehouse School of Medicine, and Tulane University – as well as mentors and scientists across 16 countries worldwide, to confront common challenges and initiate discussion about how researchers can positively address the interpersonal and structural elements related to colonialism that may influence global health. 

The team at the UJMT Consortium for the Fogarty Global Health Fellows and Scholars Program developed
these case studies via a multi-step process integrating surveys and interviews which reflected high priority
issues and real-world scenarios. 

In an ever-changing landscape of global health research, this work presents a toolkit for trainees to wrestle
with these difficult concepts, develop their own understanding, and participate in the broader discussion about meaningful change.  Read more>>

 


 

Patient Perceptions of Chatbot Supervision in Health Care Settings

Research Letter: Journal of the American Medical Association

Conscience‑Based Barriers to Medical Aid in Dying: A Survey of Colorado Physicians

Journal of General Internal Medicine


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7,000 Babies: The Legacy of Justina Ford, MD

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Dr. Justina Ford (1871-1952) was the first Black female physician licensed to practice medicine in the state of Colorado. Denied membership in Colorado Medical Society and privileges at Denver General Hospital because she was both Black and female, Dr. Ford instead treated patients out of her Five Points home. She cared for her patients no matter who they were with an attentive heart, skilled hands, and a mothering mind. Imbued with an indefatigable work ethic, Dr. Ford delivered over 7,000 babies during her fifty year career as a doctor.

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Raw Material: Quilts by NedRa Bonds

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As a textile artist, educator, and activist, NedRa Bonds creates quilts that explore issues dealing with women’s health and wellbeing, human rights and social justice, racism, and the environment. After being diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer in 2016, Bonds began working on projects that focus on the healing power of art.

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Mika Hamer, PhD, MPH, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Center for Bioethics and Humanities, will examine the role of religious beliefs and professional ethics in shaping physicians' perspectives on MAiD, share how physicians' conscience-based barriers relate to their intentions and actual participation in MAiD, and explore policy implications related to conscientious objection and access to care in the context of MAiD.

Art Caplan, PhD, Mitty Professor of Bioethics, NYU Grossman School of Medicine joins as a respondent in the discussion.
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