Wednesday, November 17, 2010

you too can be a bioethicist!

fyi: Looking to the Future of Bioethics
The fortieth anniversary essay contest winners in the Hastings Center Report
An undergraduate, a graduate student, an early career professor who is also a practicing physician, and a researcher who is also a lecturer in ethics, philosophy, biochemistry, and microbiology at a school for nurses and midwives are recognized in the November-December issue of the Hastings Center Report.
"Establishing a Duty of Care for Pharmaceutical Companies"
by Remy Miller
"A Role for Moral Vision in Public Health"
by Daniel B. Rubin
"The Art of Dying Well"
by Lydia Dugdale
"The Challenge of Regenerative Medicine"
by Leen Trommelmans
The essays were chosen out of about two hundred received when we issued a call for papers on the future of bioethics. The call commemorated the fortieth year of publication for the Report.

In the editor's note for the current issue, Gregory Kaebnick expresses his gratitude for the extraordinary response to the call. "It is a great responsibility to be entrusted with writing that so obviously reflects great personal investment from the writers. And it's a comfort, going forward into the next forty years, to know that there's a deep pool of talent for the Report to draw upon."

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