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          TOOLKIT: Bioethics and Race #BlackBioethics
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          The #BlackBioethics Toolkit serves as a resource on articles about bioethics and race, specifically about African-Americans and Black People in the U.S.

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          • Campaign Zero – “analysis of policing practices across the country, research to identify effective solutions to end police violence, technical assistance to organizers leading police accountability campaigns and the development of model legislation and advocacy to end police violence nationwide
          • #8CantWaitIdeas to reduce police violence and reports on their adoption in different cities.

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          TOOLKIT: Bioethics Resources for COVID-19
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          and the American Journal of Bioethics have assembled a bioethics toolkit for people dealing with COVID-19. We have a collection of important blogs from around the internet that you can find here. We also highly recommending our growing catalog of our original blog posts by leading scholars writing on bioethics in pandemics. Other compendium resources

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        1. BioethicsTV (October 27-November 1, 2019): #NewAmsterdam; #ChicagoMed

          by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. New Amsterdam (Season 2: Episode 6): Lying; Inherent bias; Chicago Med (Season 5; Episode 6): Excusing battery; Jehovah’s Witness and blood transfusion; Be yourself or maintain health New Amsterdam (Season 2: Episode 6): Lying;...
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          Principles of Biomedical Ethics: Marking Its Fortieth Anniversary

          You can read this editorial and other articles in this month's issue of The American Journal of Bioethics. by Tom Beauchamp, Ph.D. & James Childress, Ph.D. We are pleased to join the editors of AJOB in marking the 40th anniversary...
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          BioethicsTV (October 21-26, 2019): #NewAmsterdam #ChicagoMed

          New Amsterdam (Season 2; Episode 5): Inconstant insurance policies; Negotiating with patients; Chicago Med (Season 5; Episode 5): Battery; Broken Promises by Craig?Klugman, Ph.D. New Amsterdam (Season 2; Episode 5): Inconstant insurance policies; Negotiating with patients Two sisters, Jasmine...
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          Bioethics TV (October 7-10, 2019)

          by Craig Klugman, Ph.D. The Good Doctor (Season 3; Episode 3): Informing a resistant parent; The Resident (Season 3; Episode 3): The Creepy Dr. Cain; New Amsterdam (Season 2; Episode 3): We don’t pay for the right...
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          Bioethics news. Btn Rss

          He speaks at Black churches about genetics — and has some ideas about how to fix his field’s diversity...
          Over the past few weeks, 23andMe and other genetic testing companies have made headlines?for releasing candid statements acknowledging that their field and their products are too white. It’s a problem with which geneticist Tshaka Cunningham is all...
          A Hospital’s Secret Coronavirus Policy Separated Native American Mothers From Their Newborns
          Pregnant Native American women were singled out for COVID-19 testing based on their race and ZIP code, clinicians say. While awaiting results, some mothers were separated from their newborns, depriving them of the immediate contact doctors recommend.
          Tech Firms Are Spying on You. In a Pandemic, Governments Say That’s OK.
          Location-tracking companies were under fire from privacy advocates, but now officials are using them to monitor populations as the economy reopens.
          Fired Florida Data Scientist Launches A Coronavirus Dashboard Of Her Own
          Rebekah Jones was?fired last month?from her job at the Florida Department of Health, where she helped create a data portal about the state’s COVID-19 cases. Now, she has created a dashboard of her own.
          Why Black doctors like me are leaving faculty positions in academic medical centers
          A decade ago, the Department of Health and Human Services made “to achieve health equity, eliminate disparities, and improve the health of all groups”?one of its goals?for Healthy People 2020. It didn’t come close.
          Committing to Fight Racism
          Two “seasoned” white bioethicists state how we simply have not been doing enough in our professional capacities to actively denounce or address the persistent problems of structural racism.
          Amazon Pauses Police Use of Its Facial Recognition Software
          The company said it hoped the moratorium “might give Congress enough time to put in place appropriate rules” for the technology.
          23andMe says it’s ‘part of the problem’ on racial inequity. We asked geneticists what the company can do about...
          At the consumer genetics giant 23andMe, CEO Anne Wojcicki last week?issued a remarkable statement?calling her product “euro-centric” and saying her company is “part of the problem.”
          Grieving and frustrated: Black scientists call out racism in the wake of police killings
          An academic strike is planned for this week, alongside marches and demonstrations worldwide.
          Police brutality is our lane too, doctors say
          The medical profession must convene minds and resources and develop tangible strategic plans to combat police brutality. Our profession has done this in the past to mitigate the health consequences of?tobacco products?and?gun violence. It’s time to turn the attention...
          Contact tracing technology must protect people from discrimination as well as disease
          The death of George Floyd at the hands of police, and the consequent protests across the country, have lain bare the discriminatory profiling and brutality that many underrepresented groups faced long before Covid-19. It is reasonable to fear that...
          Hydroxychloroquine Studies Tied to Data Firm Surgisphere Retracted
          Three authors involved in Lancet article that drew scrutiny said they couldn’t get full data set behind study; an article in the New England Journal of Medicine was also retracted

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