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Exhibiting Bodies – Do Their Origins Matter?

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Please be advised this blog contains content and links to images that some readers may find disturbing.

Addressing the National Bioethics Conference in Oman

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Dr Trevor Stammers from the Centre for Bioethics and Emerging Technologies was invited to address the first National Bioethics Conference in Oman in March 2015.

Small World?

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The 13th World Congress of the International Association of Bioethics took place in Edinburgh from the 14-17th June 2016.

Robots on the Ward, Electrodes in the Brain

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The first CBET event of the 2016/17 academic year was a fascinating overview of the world of cyber-neuroethics by Prof Calum MacKellar.
Genome Ethics: Islamic Perspectives on the Next Medical Revolution

Genome Ethics: Islamic Perspectives on the Next Medical Revolution

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Following his presentation to the Centre for Islamic Legislation and Ethics, Dr Trevor Stammers reflects on the Christian and Islamic ethical issues discussed.
Flying the St Mary's Flag for Bioethics

Flying the St Mary's Flag for Bioethics

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CBET at St Mary's University, Twickenham was certainly well represented on the programme at 2017's annual Cambridge Consortium for Bioethics Education

The Werther Effect: Celebrating Suicide?

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First coined in the 1970s, the term 'Werther effect' refers to well-recognised spikes in similar suicides following widespread media publicity.

Better off Dead? Withdrawal of Treatment from Patients with Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness

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New research and the recent UK Supreme Court ruling both underline the importance of discussing what we would actually want if we became unconscious long term.
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