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Organizational Strategy and Learning: The Birth of Comcast University

Comcast identified that the strategic changes it needed were tied hand-in-hand with a need for new learning programs.

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Kira Peikoff Writes on CPR in The New York Times

Despite refinements in modern treatment, there is a strong regional variation in survival rates.

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Robert Klitzman on Narcissistic Personality Disorder and Donald Trump

Robert Klitzman explains the ethical issues involved in diagnosing someone whom he hasn't treated, and the difficulty in treating narcissists.

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Dr. Robert Klitzman on the Numinous Side of Medicine

M.S. in Bioethics director Dr. Robert Klitzman speaks of the relationship between medicine and spirituality on The Huffington Post Religion podcast.

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Dr. Robert Klitzman Weighs in on Medical Intern Study

Dr. Robert Klitzman speaks with Modern Healthcare about the ethics of studying increased medical intern hours.

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Publishers Weekly Lauds Klitzman’s Book on IRBs

The book publishing magazine praises The Ethics Police? for its unique subject matter and potential impact on policy.

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Bioethics Alumnus Obiora N. Anekwe Writes Children’s Book

This Bioethics alumnus, an aspiring teacher, recounts the life of Thomas “Blind Tom” Wiggins in his new children's book.

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The New York Review of Books Explores Klitzman's Latest Book

Marcia Angell praises Klitzman's nuanced approach in his book on how to make human research safe.

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Robert Klitzman and Joseph Fins Discuss Patients in Liminal States of Consciousness

Bioethics director Robert Klitzman and Joseph Fins discuss the ethical and policy issues in brain injury and disorders of consciousness.

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Dr. Klitzman: In Incurable Cases, the Best We Can Do Is Provide Comfort

"Research won't ease the tragic circumstances confronted by many today, [but] it may help prevent many thousands facing them in the future."

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