A new U.K. policy regarding physician disclosure of risks of natural birth raises questions of informed consent and the biological nature of clinical-assisted childbirth. Commentary and reading recommendation by Andres Elvira.
May 8, 2016 was an exciting day for the Bioethics Institute. MA candidates Andres Elvira, Sue Gilmer, Gigi McMillan, Helena Olivieri, and Father Robi Sian belong to the first cohort to graduate from the Bioethics Institute at LMU under the new interdisciplinary curriculum and leadership of Director Roberto Dell’Oro. The celebration began with a champagne […]
May/June 2016 Stay in the know about public health by reading news from The Nation’s Health newspaper. Stories in the May/June 2016 issue include: Call for proposals: Challenge to tackle health determinants in nation’s cities, tribes, counties The Healthiest Cities & Counties Challenge, a collaboration between APHA, the Aetna Foundation and the National Association of […]
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If you do not read the newsletter, click here. CEERE Letter – May 2016 May 2016 – Newsletter Tuesday, May 3, 2016 number 96 In this number 1. Editorial The integrity of the research, an ethical obligation And in English The integrity of research: an ethical obligation 2. recent Publications 3. […]