Tag Archives: personal medicine

Social Media research, ‘Personal Ethics’, and the Ethics Ecosystem – blog post by Dr Gabrielle Samuel, Research Associate at GHSM

This blog post was initially published here: http://nsmnss.blogspot.it/2017/10/social-media-research-personal-ethics.html and authored by Gabby Samuel, Post-Doctoral Research Associate at GHSM, with Gemma Derrick: Lecturer, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University.  Ethics review may seem overly bureaucratic to some, but in this blog we argue that … Continue reading

Posted in Bioethics | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

London Bioethics Colloquium Monday November 7th: “Personalisation, Privacy, Solidarity: what counts as progress in medicine?”

The next meeting of the London Bioethics Colloquium is tomorrow,  Monday 7 November, 16:00-17:30 (tea available from 15.30).  We are excited to have a roundtable titled “Personalisation, Privacy, Solidarity: what counts as progress in medicine?”, with three talks: Prof Cong Yali (Professor of Medical Ethics, PKU), “Social … Continue reading

Posted in Bioethics | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment