“Oi, Iain,” says David. “Could you put a shout out for the Postgraduate Ethics Conference?” Indeed I could. The theme is “Bioethics in Theory: Bioethics in Practice”. Details – including the call for abstracts (the deadline for which is the 8th July) and the registration form – are here. […]
Should Junior Doctors Strike?
Guest Post by Mark Toynbee, Adam Al-Diwani, Joe Clacey and Matthew Broome [Editor’s note: Events in the real world have moved more quickly than David or I have; the facts of the junior doctors’ strike have moved on since the paper was published and this post submitted. Still, the matters of principle remain. – IB] A […]
It’s been a while, what with marking and supervising and writing new courses and general faff, but with luck the blog’ll be getting updated a bit more frequently; there’s a couple of guest posts in the queue, the first of which I’ll post later today. And I’m hoping to restart semi-regular moans of my own […]
Research Ethics: You’re Doing it Wrong!
With any luck, the marking tsunami will have receded by the end of the week, and so I should be able to get back to blogging a bit more frequently soon. In the meantime, I’ll fill some space by ripping off something from the “Feedback” page of the latest New Scientist: The TV industry has […] […]
Guest Posts and Tumbleweed
A quick editorial note: it’s been remarkably quiet here for a while. There’s no staggering reason for this: only that real life has got in the way of posting and also of getting guest posts published. (I can’t speak for David, but I assume that the same goes for him.) I think there’s about 4 or […]
So, yeah. It’s been a bit quiet here, hasn’t it? There’s been a range of reasons. Mainly, it’s had to do with David and I both having to do (whisper it) real w*rk, and that’s got in the way. And then WordPress went a bit odd, which made it impossible to post anything. (Part of the […]
Just a quick housekeeping post: the servers fell over a couple of days ago, so noone has been able to moderate – or, as far as I can tell, submit – comments. But hopefully things’re back on track now. There has been a couple of changes, though: I have a feeling that the comments whitelist […]