Monday, October 27, 2014

The Rest of ASBH

And here are more programs from the recent conference of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities. And may I say, Buffy the Vampire Slayer came up in one of the sessions!
  • Made vulnerable: notes of privilege; or how when you say their name, the bodies go missing
  • Assessing public attitudes about the ethics of research on medical practice
  • Beneath the covers: film, philosophy and sex
  • Moral sources for collaborative, practice-based ethics: a transformation for education and practice
  • Theory confirmation, risk and hermeneutics in the early phases of medical research
  • Shared vulnerabilities in research
  • Guinea pigs for peace: why American World War II conscientious objectors volunteered as research subjects
  • Fiction and bioethics: from speculation to practice 
  • My donor taught me: reflections from anatomy lab
  • Building research integrity and capacity: professional development for research support staff
  • Ethics of authorship in interprofessional team-based research
  • Big brother is watching? The ethics of electronic adherence monitoring- an interdisciplinary outlook
  • Migration and health: opportunities and challenges from the bioethics perspective
  • Industry-academy relations: ethical and policy concerns
  • Whole genome sequencing: the devil in the DNA
  • Ethics in the CTSA program: past, present and a changing future
  • Understanding patients’ views on consent for research enrollment in the setting of acute cardiac illness
  • Exploring ethics rationales for patient engagement in research
  • Medical researchers’ ancillary care obligations: a relationship-based approach
  • How to write an exam in bioethics

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