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What can we learn from historical violations of research ethics?

Current public health policies are inherently influenced by a case-based infrastructure. But what is lost and what is gained by bioethical policies that are generally reactionary? What can we learn from worst-case historical scenarios that seem inconceivable in our current human subjects research environment? Continue reading

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How Midwives Learn: Origins of the Home Birth Controversy

How Midwives Learn: Origins of the Home Birth Controversy Event Flyer Recent media coverage of the increasing popularity of out-of-hospital births in the U.S. has generated a widespread debate about the politics and place of birth. This is not a … Continue reading

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