Call for papers: APBEN 2021: Rethinking bioethics education after 2020

Call for papers: APBEN 2021: Rethinking bioethics education after 2020

Online conference: 27-30 May 2021 Call for papers: deadline 15 December 2020 Asia Pacific Bioethics Education Network (APBEN) The APBEN 2021 organizing committee welcomes abstract…

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Call for Proposals: Political Philosophy in Bioethics - Workshop

Call for Proposals: Political Philosophy in Bioethics – Workshop

Virtual workshop: 19-20 February 2021 Call for papers: deadline 11 December 2020 The Center for Ethics & Policy and the Department Of Philosophy at Carnegie…

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Call for papers: Looking Forward/Looking Back: Law, Ethics, and Policy in the Age of COVID-19

Call for papers: Looking Forward/Looking Back: Law, Ethics, and Policy in the Age of COVID-19

Virtual workshop: 3-4 December 2020Call for papers: deadline 21 October 2020 Presented by the Public Health Law, Ethics & Policy (PHELP) and Research Ethics Streams…

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Coming up: Special symposium on social and ethical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic

Coming up: Special symposium on social and ethical implications of the COVID-19 pandemic

This is a time of uncertainty, threat and upheaval. COVID-19 has already had a profound effect on individuals, communities and entire nations. It has raised…

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Special issue on Collective Representation in Healthcare Policy

Special issue on Collective Representation in Healthcare Policy

The Journal of Bioethical Inquiry is pleased to announce a special issue on Collective Representation in Healthcare Policy. Karin Jongsma, Ph.D. (University Medical Centre Göttingen),…

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Aerial view of the Brocher Foundation on the shores of Lake Geneva.

Brocher Foundation Residencies

Brocher Foundation residencies last between one and four months and provide researchers the opportunity to work at the Brocher Centre on projects related to the ethical,…

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Words related to reproductive ethics in the shape of a fetus, against a solid maroon background.

Reproductive Ethics: New Ideas and Innovations

The controversies and challenges of reproductive ethics arise from new technologies, political and ideological divisions, theology, and changing cultural norms. The goal this conference is…

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Ethics of Nudging

For scholars and practitioners who work on ethics of health nudges, please submit an abstract and/or register for WINK: The Nudge Conference, organized by Denise…

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2014 Global Health Symposium

The 2014 Global Health Symposium will be held at the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, Colorado, on Friday, November 21, 2014. All…

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