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‘Evidence-based bioethics: A myth or a reality?’ Evening event at the Royal Society of Medicine

On Wednesday 20th June, following the AGM of the Open Section of Royal Society of Medicine, there will be an evening event on the subject of evidence-based bioethics, with speakers including Natalie Banner, Wellcome Research Fellow, King’s College London and Dr Andrew Papanikitas.

The evening lecture will be delivered by Professor Daniel Sulmasy, member of the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues in the US, and the event should prove of great interest for those working in clinical ethics and the role they play in policy-making and healthcare.

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This entry was posted on 26 April, 2012 by in Elsewhere, Events.

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