Public Health Ethics, Disability, and the Highest Attainable Standard of Physical, Mental, and Social Well-being
6 May 2015, Kings College London
"Public Health Ethics, Disability, and the Highest Attainable Standard of Physical, Mental, and Social Well-being" - Professor John Coggon (Southampton Law School)
The Patient Perspective
7 May 2015, London
Organised by Ophthalmology Section, RSM.
It is easy to forget that behind the slitlamp or the drape is a real person. This meeting is for everyone involved in eye health and care ...
An Honourable Death
9 May 2015, University of London
"...if a man has not discovered something that he will die for, he isn't fit to live" - Martin Luther King, 23 June 1963, Speech at the Great March on Detroit.
The Genetics of Mental Disorders: Exorcising Kraepelin’s Ghost
11 May 2015, Kings College London
We are delighted to announce that the SSHM annual lecture will be given by Professor Steve Hyman, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute of M...
12-14 May 2015, Contact Theatre, Manchester
Rites is a powerful and provocative new production exploring the deep-rooted cultural practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM - sometimes called female ...
Applied Clinical Ethics (ACE)
15-16 May and 19-20 June 2015, Imperial College London
The UK's first professional course in clinical ethics designed specifically for practising clinicians. No prior knowledge of academic medical et...
Caring for the incurable: ethics and cost-effectiveness in resource allocation decision making for people who lack capacity
21 May 2015, King's College London
Rescheduled Lent Lecture: Jeff Round
A primary concern of economics is the allocation of society's scarce resources. This is especially true in the field of health...
Future of Medical Education Conference
3-4 June 2015, Newcastle
This is the third year we have hosted the Future of Medical Education Conference and this year it is going to bigger and better.
Exploring undergraduate and postgraduate tra...
Valuing Health Conference
4 June 2015, University College London
This free one day conference is devoted to Dan Hausman's newly published book Valuing Health: Well-being, Freedom and Suffering. A team of commentators, and the...
13 June 2015, Tunbridge Wells, Kent
The 17th and 18th century saw people visit Tunbridge Wells to improve their health by taking the waters of our spa. In the 21st century our health and wellbeing wi...
What Makes Us Tick? On Love and Desire, Reason and Ethics
13 June 2015, University of Southampton
We will be holding a one-day cultural event consisting of a series of short talks led by experts from within Philosophy at Southampton.
Why do we do what we d...
The history and philosophy of evidence-based health care
15-19 June 2015, University of Oxford
This course will trace the historical development of evidence-based health care. Students will engage with researchers who have played key roles in defining the ...
17 June 2015, Queen Mary University of London
'Being Non/Human' is organising a conference for 2015 on the topic of 'bodily borders'. 'Being Non/Human' is an interdisciplinary group that engages with...
Genomics in general medicine: Welcome to the 21st century
17 June 2015, London
Organised by Medical Genetics Section, RSM
This event will inform general physicians, students and trainees about genomic medicine and the relevance to their future practice.
UKCEN 15th Annual Conference
17 June 2015, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
Including pre-conference workshop on 16 June.
For more information see here....
Ethical Foundations of the Francis Report - Clinicians and Managers on Shared Ground - UKCEN 15th Annual Conference
17 June 2015, Newcastle
09:30 – 09:45 Welcome
09:45 – 10:30 Hilary Garratt – the 6Cs: towards establishing compassionate care and courageous leadership in the NHS
10:30 – 11...
Workshop: Law and the Ageing of Humankind
22-23 June 2015, London
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Charles Clore House, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B
The W G Hart Legal Workshop 2015 will explore legal responses to the changing demogra...
Postgraduate Medical Humanities Conference 2015
20-21 July 2015, Exeter
Building on the success of last year's Postgraduate Medical Humanities Conference, this conference aims to bring together researchers from a variety of disciplines in a manner...
Nudges: new normativity within the public sphere? - call for abstracts
1-3 September 2015, Manchester.
Nudges are attracting a lot of attention around the world, not only among academics, but also among politicians. They could be considered as an instance of the emergen...
Binaries in Bioethics and Biolaw: what role should they serve? - call for abstracts
7-8 September 2015, Manchester
The Postgraduate Bioethics Conference (PGBC) is an annual conference aimed at doctoral researchers in applied ethics broadly conceived. Over the past eight years, often...
Intensive Course on Medical Ethics
14–18 September 2015, Imperial College, London
If you're looking to spend a fruitful, thought-provoking and an enjoyable week with a professionally diverse group to develop and debate your ethical ...
Developing Excellence in Medical Education Conference
25-26 November 2015, Manchester
A warm welcome awaits you at the inaugural "Developing Excellence in Medical Education Conference" (DEMEC) organised jointly by COPMeD, HEE, NACT UK, NES, COGPED, AOME...
International Association of Bioethics, 13th World Congress Edinburgh
14 - 17 June 2016, Edinburgh
From genetic research to global pandemics, and from scarce resources to climate changes that affect us all, the need to consider the proper place of public interests and...