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The History of Bioethics Series – National Bioethics Commissions

This is the first post in our “History of Bioethics” series in which we will examine some of the seminal events that shaped the landscape of bioethics and its practice in the world today. This first blog will focus on the creation of the national bioethics advisory bodies in the United States and their different […]

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New Educational Module from the Bioethics Commission on Privacy in Ethics and Ebola Now Available

The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (Bioethics Commission) has posted a new educational module on its website, Bioethics.gov. This module on privacy focuses on the Bioethics Commission’s work in Ethics and Ebola: Public Health Planning and Response (Ethics and Ebola). This new privacy module on Ethics and Ebola adds to the privacy […]

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Workshop review — Committed Professionals: Handling Obstacles to Ethics in Public Health

This post also appears on Indiana University’s Future of Professional Ethics site. On Friday, November 13, Dr. Lisa M. Lee, Executive Director for the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, presented a keynote address for The Future of Professional Ethics workshop series hosted by Indiana University‘s School of Public Health and the Poynter […]

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Member Discussion of Education

Welcome back to our live coverage of the Bioethics Commission’s twenty-third meeting. During this session, Members discussed recommendations for bioethics education in their next report. Like deliberation, bioethics education is a topic that the Bioethics Commission has discussed at length in its public meetings. They have also developed over 50 educational tools related to the […]

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Implementing Innovations in Ethics Education

The Bioethics Commission began its discussion on ethics education this morning by focusing on how ethics education might be implemented in different educational settings, particularly in schools. The Bioethics Commission heard from David Steiner, Ph.D., the Executive Director of the Johns Hopkins Institute for Education Policy and Professor of Education at Johns Hopkins University, and […]

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New Bioethics Commission Classroom Discussion Guides Now Available

The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (Bioethics Commission) has released two Classroom Discussion Guides to help instructors at various educational levels integrate ethics discussions into their courses. The discussion guides explore contemporary issues that have been addressed by the Bioethics Commission. The classroom discussion guides provide prompts and questions that instructors can […]

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New Bioethics Commission Public Health Case Studies Now Available

Last week, the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (Bioethics Commission) released a set of Public Health Case Studies that provides professionals and educators with opportunities to explore ethical issues that might arise in the course of their work or students’ future work. The case studies explore contemporary issues that have been addressed […]

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New Bioethics Commission Educational Materials and Improved Website Access

The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (Bioethics Commission) has released new educational materials and unveiled a reorganized webpage to facilitate easier access to all of its educational resources. New materials include Users Guides that provide field-specific directories to Bioethics Commission educational materials, Public Health Case Studies that provide public health professionals and […]

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Roundtable: Brainstorming Ideas on Education and Deliberation

The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (Bioethics Commission) closed its discussion of democratic deliberation and bioethics education with a roundtable discussion involving Bioethics Commission members and presenters. Amy Gutmann, chair of the Bioethics Commission, kicked off the session by asking the panelists to share their thoughts on how the Bioethics Commission could strengthen […]

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Teaching and Evaluating Ethics Education, Fostering and Measuring Success

At today’s meeting, the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (Bioethics Commission) resumed its consideration of the many facets of effective deliberation and education surrounding bioethical issues by looking at two related issues: teaching ethics and deliberative skills, and fostering and measuring the efficacy of ethics-related education curriculum and deliberative processes. In its […]

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