Living Ethics

Research team

Eric Racine, research project leader (Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit, Université de Montréal, McGill University); Sophie Ji, research assistant in charge of the project (Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit); Aude Bandini (Université de Montréal); Valérie Badro (CIUSSS du Nord-de-l’Île-de-Montréal); Sophie Bernard (IRCM);  Aline Bogossian (Université de Montréal); Claude Julie Bourque (Université de Montréal, CHU Sainte-Justine); Marie-Ève Bouthillier (CISSS de Laval, Université de Montréal); Vanessa Chenel (CIUSSS de l’Est-de-l’Île-de-Montréal); Clara Dallaire (CEPPP, Université de Montréal, CRCHUSJ); Hubert Doucet (Université de Montréal); Caroline Favron-Godbout (Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit, Université de Montréal); Marie-Chantal Fortin (CRCHUM, CHUM, Université de Montréal); Isabelle Ganache (INESSS, Université de Montréal); Claudia Houle (CEPPP); Marjorie Montreuil (McGill University); Catherine Olivier (INESSS); Chantale Pilon (CISSS de la Montérégie-Ouest);  Ariane Quintal (Unité de recherche en éthique pragmatique de la santé, Université de Montréal); Abdou Simon Senghor (Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit, McGill University); Michele Stanton-Jean (guest researcher  at the Centre de recherche en droit public, Université de Montréal); Joé T. Martineau (HEC Montréal); Andréanne Talbot (CISSS de Chaudière-Appalaches); Nathalie Tremblay (CIUSSS de l’Estrie-CHUS)

Local Advisory Committee

Karine Bédard (CHUM); Vincent Dumez (CEPPP); Xavière Sénéchal (CEPPP); Ghislaine Rouly (CEPPP)

International Advisory Committee

 

Funding

Fonds de recherche du Québec – Health (FRQ-S)

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

The Living Ethics Project is a collaborative and participatory project bringing together an interdisciplinary working group to develop a “living ethics”, an ethics inspired by pragmatism that seeks to firmly ground in lived experiences. The members of the working group come from different backgrounds and share the goal of enriching ethics to improve human health and wellbeing.

Living Ethics is an ethics in motion articulated, learned, enriched and evolving through the experiences of each person. Given the fundamentally collaborative and participatory nature of living ethics, living ethics is developed and lived through the active participation of the members of the working group, who discuss, exchange and reflect on the implementation and methodological directions that could be taken by a living ethics.