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F.D.A. Clears Path for Hearing Aids to Be Sold Over the Counter

August 25, 2022

Jonathan Oberlander, PhD, Professor and Chair of the Department of Social Medicine, is quoted in this article, which was published in The New York Times on August 16, 2022. To read the article, click on the link below. https://news.unchealthcare.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/1159/2022/08/NYTimes-Oberlander-Aug16.pdf

Jill Fisher, podcast: drug trials attract disproportionate participation by racial and ethnic minorities who then disproportionately assume risks of participating in these trials

July 28, 2022

Jill Fisher explains how clinical drug trials attract disproportionate participation by racial and ethnic minorities who then disproportionately assume risks of participating in these trials, often just to stay financially afloat. Listen to podcast here https://pennreg.org/episode-6/?fbclid=IwAR31bTRJrLtX23iahfnn17I7PF_Sfcn0XeP9DzBeW9E6ylLpVsn_3DzDCxU

Call for Papers: The Political Economy of Vaccines During the COVID-19 Pandemic

April 4, 2022

Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law Call for Papers The Political Economy of Vaccines During the COVID-19 Pandemic After the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic and the heavy losses suffered across the globe, the availability of multiple effective vaccines seemed like a miracle—a way to prevent wide-scale suffering by reducing the spread of … Continued

Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Ethics and the ELSI of Precision Medicine

February 25, 2022

Joint Postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Ethics and the ELSI of Precision Medicine Call for Applications: The University of North Carolina (UNC) Center for Genomics and Society (CGS) and the Center for Bioethics (C:B), together with the Program for Precision Medicine in Health Care (PPMH), announce a joint postdoctoral position in clinical ethics and the ethical, … Continued