Recently on the Ethics Blog
Does the brain make room for free will?
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2022-10-04
Artificial intelligence: augmenting intelligence in humans or creating human intelligence in machines?
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2022-09-20
Dignity in a nursing home when the body fails
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2022-09-06
Where to publish and where not to publish in bioethics – the 2022 list
Source: Stefan Eriksson 2022-08-23
Self-confidence in the midst of uncertainty
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2022-06-14
An ethical strategy for improving the healthcare of brain-damaged patients
Source: Michele Farisco 2022-05-31
Safeguards when biobank research complies with the General Data Protection Regulation
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2022-05-17
Using surplus embryos to treat Parkinson’s disease: perceptions among the Swedish public
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2022-05-03
How can we detect consciousness in brain-damaged patients?
Source: Michele Farisco 2022-04-19
Can consumers help counteract antimicrobial resistance?
Source: Pär Segerdahl 2022-04-05
News from CRB
- We’re looking for a PhD student in bioethics for a project on dietary advice and nutrition! 2022-09-20
- New list of 50 questionable bioethics journals 2022-08-24
- Are you our new communications officer? 2022-04-19
- Responsibility key to implementing guidelines for treating disorders of consciousness 2022-04-19
- We’re hiring! Looking for a PhD student in medical ethics 2022-04-01
- Indicators and criteria of consciousness for behaviourally unresponsive patients 2022-03-23
- The neuroethics contribution to AI ethics and regulation 2022-02-21
- Empirical ethics to explore the acceptability of AI in healthcare 2022-02-17
- Being at risk for heart disease affects perceived importance of own risk factors 2022-02-07
- New professor "I want to vitalise research in clinical medical ethics" 2022-01-31
- Niklas Juth new chair in Medical Ethics at Uppsala University & Region Uppsala 2021-12-06
- Anna T. Höglund new professor in Care Ethics 2021-12-01
- Policy brief on fighting antibiotic resistance 2021-11-19
- Scientific evidence for treatment of resignation syndrome 2021-10-21
- Screen4Care: Accelerating Diagnosis for Rare Disease Patients Through Genetic Newborn Screening & AI 2021-10-19
- European Academic Integrity Week 2021 2021-10-07
- Many underestimate their own risk of cardiovascular disease 2021-09-24
- 7 medical faculties agree on compulsory research ethics course 2021-09-16
- YouTube videos about clinical trials for children with cancer fall short 2021-09-14
- 51 percent of researchers sometimes cheat 2021-09-03
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