10th Annual Pediatric Bioethics Conference

The Annual Pediatric Bioethics Conference provides insight to what health care professionals are doing to cope with ethical challenges that arise in pediatric health care.

Wolfson Children’s Hospital in partnership with The Florida Bioethics Network will host the 10th Annual Pediatrics Bioethics Conference on Friday, November 3, 2017, at University Center, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida.

As the Annual Pediatric Bioethics Conference approaches its tenth anniversary, it remains one of the largest collaborative community bioethics conference in the country dedicating to addressing the most taxing issues facing the health care industry ranging from discussions on ethical issues in genetics and genetic testing to involving children in end-of-life conversations. The 2017 Conference will cultivate a pragmatic understanding of best practices in the field of pediatric bioethics and health information technology, development of standard practices in pediatrics, genetics in the hospital, and pediatric bioethics collaboration.

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Bioethics in Florida
A collection of resources on end-of-life care and other issues, links to applicable laws and other tools.

Bioethics Resources on the Web
The National Institutes of Health’s Bioethics Resources site provides a compilation of links on topics including human subjects and animal research, institutional review boards, clinical ethics, international research ethics issues, genetics, and neuroethics.

EthicShare’s site contains a comprehensive collection of ethics resources including searchable research materials, group discussions, current news articles, and upcoming events, focusing on bioethics. The project is led by the University of Minnesota.

Ethics Updates
Resources and updates on current ethics literature, both popular and professional. Intended for use by ethics instructors and their students. Maintained by the Values Institute at the University of San Diego.

Florida’s Ethics Programs
The nation’s third most populous state hosts a number of academic and other ethics programs, most of which emphasize educational activities and services. Other Bioethics Networks • Arizona Bioethics Network
• Bioethics Network of Ohio
• Bioethics Society of the English-Speaking Caribbean
• Clinical Ethics Network of North Carolina
• Colorado Healthcare Ethics Forum
• Global Network of WHO Collaborating Centres for Bioethics
• Maryland Healthcare Ethics Committee Network
• Midwest Ethics Committee Network
• Provincial Health Ethics Network of Alberta

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