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Ethics & Ebola: Challenges for Care Givers and for Public Health

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Published on Sep 10, 2014

Ethics & Ebola: Challenges for Care Givers and for Public Health

Sept 8, 2014
12:15 - 1:15 pm
Sheik Zayed Tower, 2117 Chevy Chase Conference Center,
Johns Hopkins Hospital
East Baltimore Campus

Has the response to the Ebola outbreak thus far met ethical standards? As the crisis deepens, what is an ethically appropriate plan for addressing the needs of patients, caregivers, and those at risk if the virus spreads?

As the Ebola epidemic continues to worsen, the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics is dedicating its first bioethics seminar of the 2014-2015 academic year to the complex issues with a panel of experts on bioethics, epidemiology, and health systems.

Panelists: Nancy Kass, professor of bioethics and public health; Trish Perl, epidemiologist and professor of medicine; and Tim Roberton, a doctoral student at the Bloomberg School of Public Health who worked at the Ebola outbreak epicenter in Guinea in July.

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