Bioethics is the study and evaluation of medicine and health care with regards to moral norms and obligations. Accordingly, bioethics involves highlighting various places in medical research or health care that pose ethical problems, and striving to resolve in favor of one course of action over another on the basis that it is morally right or justified.
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Resources on bioethics issues, including a weekly news digest of the latest bioethics news from around the world.
Portal on issues in bioethics offers news and articles.
The bioethics of clinical medical practice, medical research, health care ethics, public health, and human rights are dealt with in this course.
Case commentary on a controversial topic. Should newly dead bodies be used to teach medical practitioners skills that can be used to save others?
Case commentary on a common dilemma. When can and must children be treated without parental consent?
Broad overview of historical and current moral issues in the fields of medical treatment and research, from the U. of Penn. Includes news, headlines, articles, upcoming events.
A discussion of the ethical issues of organ transplants.
Home page of the National Human Genome Research Institute, the arm of the U.S. National Institutes of Health dedicated to advancing human health through genetic research.
Islamic views on many medical ethics issues including organ donation, cloning, euthanasia, abortion , fertility, sex change operations.
A specialized collection of books, journals, newspaper articles, legal materials, regulations, codes, and government publications.
Canadian nursing ethics website. Highly informative and professional.
site deals with new developments in bioethics and medical ethics, offers texts and information about conferences and workshops on ethical aspects of the life sciences.
The National Rural Bioethics Project aims to identify ethics-related issues that face rural healthcare providers, and to develop and provide appropriate and relevant resources and materials that help resolve such issues.
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