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Author Archives: Elizabeth Pike

Using the Bioethics Commission’s Meeting to Educate About Democratic Deliberation

In the Bioethics Commission’s upcoming work focusing on deliberation and education, the Bioethics Commission describes the principles inherent in successful democratic deliberations. These principles include maintaining mutual respect and providing clear reasons for a position with the goal of arriving at a shared solution. The Bioethics Commission puts these principles into practice in their own […]

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Bioethics in Action: Bringing Bioethics Deliberation into the Classroom

This is the first post in our “Bioethics in Action” series of blogs. Check back here for more posts in this series. As the Bioethics Commission continues its work on deliberation and education, we wanted to highlight an approach situated at the intersection of deliberation and bioethics education. Dr. Rachel Fink, a developmental biologist and […]

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New Educational Module from the Bioethics Commission on Privacy in Ethics and Ebola Now Available

The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (Bioethics Commission) has posted a new educational module on its website, Bioethics.gov. This module on privacy focuses on the Bioethics Commission’s work in Ethics and Ebola: Public Health Planning and Response (Ethics and Ebola). This new privacy module on Ethics and Ebola adds to the privacy […]

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Compensating Participants Injured in Pediatric Medical Countermeasure Research

In its recent report, Safeguarding Children: Pediatric Medical Countermeasure Research, the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues (the Bioethics Commission) revisited the issue of compensation for research-related injury—an issue first addressed in its December 2010 report, Moral Science: Protecting Participants in Human Subjects Research. In Safeguarding Children, the Bioethics Commission reaffirmed the conclusion […]

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This is a space for the members and staff of the 2009 -2017 Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues to communicate with the public about the work of the commission and to discuss important issues in bioethics.

As of January 15th, 2017 this blog will no longer be updated but continues to be available as an archive of the work of the 2009-2017 Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues

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