Check out this important article "Assessing Bioethics in a Public Health Emergency" in Medicine at Michigan by CBSSM's Janice Firn, Reshma Jagsi, Andrew Shuman, Kayte Spector-Bagdady, and Christian Vercler!
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Women in Science May Suffer Lasting Career Damage from COVID-19 08/13/2020
CBSSM's Director Reshma Jagsi and colleagues quantified the early impact of COVID-19 on the gender gap in publications. Using mixed-effects regression models, they estimated that women’s shares of first authorships, last authorships and general representation per author group are 23%, 16% and 16% lower for COVID-19 papers compared to 2019 papers published in the same journals. This study was also recently highlighted in the Scientific American.Read more.
Working Group Meeting- John DiBianco, MD 09/22/2020
John DiBianco, MD, Endourology fellow in the Department of Urology will be seeking feedback on a shared decision-making tool for understanding factors that influence treatment choice and how treatmRead more.
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Bioethics cancer Cancer - breast Cancer - colon Cancer screening clinical ethics Community-Based Participatory Research Decision aids Diabetes Doctor-patient communication End-of-life decision making Gender bias Gender equity Genetics Genetic testing Genomics Health behavior Healthcare access Healthcare costs Healthcare policy Health data Health disparities Informed consent Medical decision making Overuse-Underuse of health services Pandemic Pediatrics Privacy of health information Research ethics Risk communication Risk communication Risk perception Sexual Harassment Shared decision making Women's health