the Ethics Blog
Two researchers in neuroethics
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2016-12-05
The apparent academy
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2016-11-29
The brain develops in interaction with culture
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2016-11-16
What is the risk?
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2016-11-02
How to listen to (the right) patient voices?
Source: Ulrik Kihlbom 2016-10-25
Did medicine save the life of ethics?
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2016-10-18
Public health campaigns in healthcare: mothers should breastfeed!
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2016-10-03
More biobank perspectives
Source: Josepine Fernow 2016-09-27
Physicians’ experiences of do-not-resuscitate orders
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2016-09-21
We look for a PhD student
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2016-08-30
News from CRB
- New research on cyber governance of health data 2016-12-09
- Legal aspects of direct-to-consumer genetic testing 2016-12-07
- Swedish radio about genetics, ethics and law 2016-11-10
- Funding for ethical and legal aspects of stem cell research 2016-11-02
- Giving patients a voice in drug development 2016-10-18
- Parent’s views on genetic screening before pregnancy 2016-10-17
- We need to discuss equity in health care 2016-10-04
- Managing data protection in practice – Swedish perspectives 2016-09-26
- Public-private research partnerships: Workshop 2016-09-23
- Informed consent guidelines listed among IRDiRC Recognized Resources 2016-09-22
- ELSI Helpdesk: What does it do? 2016-09-22
- Data Protection Regulation: final result 2016-06-20
- Risk of re-identification vs the need to identify individuals 2016-06-14
- Preconception genetic screening: What health care professionals think 2016-05-31
- It is your DNA, you should have a say 2016-05-27
- Age, education and health literacy affects understanding of risk 2016-05-19
- New book on direct brain communication 2016-05-13
- Feedback of individual genetic results in Europe still not feasible 2016-05-09
- Call for ELSI experts 2016-05-04
- Help to choose good bioethics journals 2016-04-19
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