1. Introduction to Oaths and CodesHippocratic OathHippocratic Oath, Modern versionMajor Codes from Then and NowNuremberg CodeNursing Code of EthicsOath and Prayer of MaimonidesPatient's Bill of RightsResearch on AnimalsResearch on Human Beings
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Global Bioethics

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HANDBOOK OF GLOBAL BIOETHICS
ISBN: 9400725124
Publication Date: 2013

 

Progress for the Lacks Family

The story of Henrietta Lacks and her remarkable cells was told in The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (2010), by Rebecca Skloot.

Articles, Conference Papers, and More

Start here: these databases have citations to journal articles, conference papers, and more, in medicine, philosophy, law, and other fields.

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Films about Hopkins Docs and Nurses

Hopkins: inside one of America's top hospitals (2008) -- This sequel to "Hopkins 24/7" focuses on young physicians in training at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Nurses (2002) -- This 5-part Discovery Channel series was filmed at JH Medical Center. 

Hopkins 24/7 (ABC News, 2000) -- "Groundbreaking six-part... series filmed at Johns Hopkins Hospital... over a three-month period. The series graphically depicts modern medicine as practiced at the hospital... Each broadcast consists of a series of interwoven stories featuring staff and patients, their triumphs, tragedies and everyday routines."

(These are all Eisenhower locations. Check the library catalog for JHMI locations.)

A Hospital Never Sleeps (1952) - Originally broadcast in 1952, this is a film documenting what the Johns Hopkins Hospital ER was like. 

Something the Lord Made (HBO, 2004) -- Filmed at Hopkins, this is the dramatic true story of Dr. Alfred Blalock (Alan Rickman) and African-American lab technician Vivien Thomas (Mos Def), who developed a procedure for performing heart surgery on "blue babies" in the 1940s.

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