We invite you to explore themes of dialogue and collective deliberation in healthcare communities in Canada and abroad, and to share your views on these ethical issues by addressing them from the angles of decision-making processes, the relationship between healthcare professionals and patients, and healthcare for marginalized populations, etc.
Organizational neuroethics: reflections on the contributions of neuroscience to management theories and business practices
Drawing on recent debates in the field, this book introduces “organizational neuroethics” as an emerging interdisciplinary field that addresses the ethics of organizational neuroscience research and applications, as well as the neuroscience of organizational ethics.
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Vulnerability is a central concept in research ethics and typically serves to identify individuals or groups whose participation in research prompts specific concerns or warrants special consideration. Theoretical discussions on vulnerability have contributed valuable insights to discussions of mental health research and care.
We are always looking to grow our interdisciplinary team of postdoctoral fellows, undergraduate and graduate students, interns, and research staff.
We are currently in the process of recruiting:
- Technical research assistant
- Postdoctoral Fellowship or Graduate Student Scholarship
The theme of our series for the year 2019-2020 is the role of dialogue in care as well as the healthcare system.
- Free and public conferences open to all!
Brainstorm is a newsletter about health ethic. Published since 2009, Brainstorm provides state-of-the art international updates on events, funding, education, literature, resources, and news in health ethics.
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Pragmatism strives to develop practical approaches that promote human values and human flourishing using state-of-the-art methods from different disciplines.
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Research undertaken at the Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit addresses a range of challenges in health care, research, and health policy. It relies on the use of interdisciplinary approaches that are grounded in facts, open to deliberative processes, and focused on producing practical changes that promote respect of persons and human flourishing in all its diversity.
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