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Launch of the Opioid Industry Document Archive

The Institute of the History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is proud to announce the launch...

Historians of Medicine, including our own Graham Mooney, Ayah Nuriddin, and Alexandre White, respond to JAMA’s Clinical Reviews podcast on BMJ’s Medical Humanities blog

“But this is what physicians need to know about their own history: Not only can physicians be racist, physicians were often...

The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine’s Epidemic/Endemic Speaker Series: Dr. Claire Decoteau & Dr. Lisa Cooper

The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine is proud to present the fifth iteration of Epidemic//Endemic: Medical Humanities & Social...

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The Institute of the History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is proud to announce the launch of the Opioid Industry Document Archive, in partnership with the Welch Medical Library, the Sheridan Library at Johns Hopkins University, the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, and the University of California, San Francisco, as a permanent digital repository for industry-related documents resulting from recent opioid settlements. We hope to be making more resources available for researchers shortly:

https://hub.jhu.edu/2021/03/24/opioid-industry-documents-archive-launches/

“But this is what physicians need to know about their own history: Not only can physicians be racist, physicians were often the very architects of racial science and scientific racism.” Our own Graham Mooney, Ayah Nuriddin, and Alexandre White, along with historians of medicine Jacqueline Antonovich, Rana Hogarth, Elise Mitchell, Lauren MacIvor Thompson, Kylie Smith, and Christopher Willoughby, respond to JAMA’s Clinical Reviews podcast on BMJ’s Medical Humanities blog. Read their excellent response, “Apologies Alone Won’t Solve Structural Racism: We Need a Reckoning with the Racist Roots of U.S. Medicine,” here:

https://blogs.bmj.com/medical-humanities/2021/03/05/apologies-alone-wont-solve-structural-racism-we-need-a-reckoning-with-the-racist-roots-of-u-s-medicine/ 

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Launch of the Opioid Industry Document Archive
March 26, 2021

The Institute of the History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is proud to announce the launch…

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Historians of Medicine, including our own Graham Mooney, Ayah Nuriddin, and Alexandre White, respond to JAMA’s Clinical Reviews podcast on BMJ’s Medical Humanities blog
March 8, 2021

“But this is what physicians need to know about their own history: Not only can physicians be racist, physicians were often…

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The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine’s Epidemic/Endemic Speaker Series: Dr. Claire Decoteau & Dr. Lisa Cooper
February 26, 2021

The Center for Medical Humanities & Social Medicine is proud to present the fifth iteration of Epidemic//Endemic: Medical Humanities & Social…

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Dr. Elizabeth O’Brien at HPS Cambridge’s Generation to Reproduction Seminar
February 24, 2021

On March 2, 2021, Dr. Elizabeth O’Brien will present “As small as a grain of barley: the Bourbon state and the…

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