Stop What You’re Doing: This is Important.

I’d not realised it, but the latest iteration of the erstwhile Medical Innovation Bill – colloquially known as the Saatchi Bill – is up for debate in the Commons on Friday.  This is it in its latest form: to all intents and purposes, though, it’s the same thing about which I’ve blogged before. In a […]

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How to write a crap essay/paper in bioethics – or how to write bioethics to be published in medical journals…

I’ve been considering writing a reflective piece about the general quality of bioethics papers in medical journals, focusing on how the medium (the audience and the severe word limits) impacts on the message and its quality – possibly as a bit of a moan since I’ve not yet managed to get a medical journal to […]

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Symposium on Public Health and Political Philosophy

We are happy to announce a symposium on Public Health and Political Philosophy hosted by the Centre for Professional Ethics at Keele and funded by the Wellcome Trust. The symposium will run from 10 – 5 on the 17th of June and is at Keele University. (Directions to Keele can be found here: http://www.keele-conference.com/21/directions ) […]

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