The Spring 2016 Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities

The Spring 2016 Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities provides peer-reviewed articles derived from lectures presented within the thematic context “Assuring Ethics from Generation to Generation” at the 2015 Commemoration of the National Apology for the United States Syphilis Study and the Public Health Ethics Intensive Course at Tuskegee University.

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The Fall issue of The Journal of HealthCare, Science and The Humanities was published December 7, 2015.

The Fall 2015 Journal of Healthcare, Science and the Humanities offers peer-reviewed articles which commemorates the 100th anniversary of Booker T. Washington’s death, National Negro Health Week and the “the health conditions of African Americans and other people of color.”

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Come Visit the Bioethics Center and Tuskegee University

This is the nation’s first bioethics center devoted to engaging the sciences, humanities, law and religious faiths in the exploration of the core moral issues which underlie research and medical treatment of African Americans and other underserved people.

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