Marisha Wickremsinhe, KIE research associate and digital campaign coordinator, published an article in the International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. The paper, titled Emergency involuntary treatment law for people with mental disorders: A comparative analysis of legislation in LMICs, compares legislation for emergency involuntary treatment of individuals with mental disorders in low and middle income countries.
Jake Earl offers a unique take on certain issues in parenting ethics via an imaginary “Baby Lottery” to randomly redistribute newborns among parental applicants.
Dr. Emily Evans, who wrote her 2014 dissertation under the KIE’s Tom Beauchamp and Madison Powers, has been appointed a program officer at PCORI.
Dr. Ashley K. Fernandes is named Course Director for Differentiation of Care at the Ohio State University School of Medicine.
Elisa Hurley, PhD, has been named executive director of the Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research (PRIM&R) global nonprofit organization.
Current and recently-graduated students of the KIE are interviewed for this feature about their experience working in bioethics on the MA & PhD level.
KIE scholar Rebecca Kukla will head up the program committee for the Feminist Approaches to Bioethics (FAB) International Congress in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, this summer.
Inspired by work done by KIE director Maggie Little and colleagues on the Second Wave Initiative on research during pregnancy, two JHU graduate students presented research at the Women’s Health Annual Congress in Washington, DC.
The KIE’s Bioethics Research Library welcomes Margaret Leist and Laura Ruth Barry as graduate fellows who will assist with programmatic development and library research.
A new and improved Clinical Practicum course will be offered to Georgetown graduate students wanting to get their feet wet in clinical bioethics, taught by Senior Clinical Scholar Carol Taylor.