Monthly Archives: June 2012

New critique of Olympic ‘sex-testing’ policy for female athletes with hyper-androgenism on American Journal of Bioethics.

The Olympics Games in London are just around the corner, now less than one month away. At the 2012 Games, more than a decade after the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) abandoned routine … Continue reading

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Call for Abstracts, Cumberland Lodge Colloquia: “Humanities and Education in Bioethics”

We are now accepting abstract submissions for oral presentations and posters for the upcoming colloquium “From the Classroom to the Clinic: Humanities and Education in Bioethics”, to be held at Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park, on the 8th of October, … Continue reading

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Workshop on Death: report now online

On 9 December 2011 the Philosophy of Medicine/Concepts of Health and Disease Research Strand organised an interdisciplinary workshop on death. The report on this workshop is now online.  Earlier workshops and reports were on: – concepts of health and disease … Continue reading

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