Dr. Erin Kobetz addressed foundations and challenges of community-based participatory research || noon, Nov. 8.
The University of Miami Ethics Programs have awarded seven grants for the 2013-14 Arsht Research on Ethics and Community program.
Miller School of Medicine students have created a resource for faculty, students and others to share music, visual arts and writing. (Image: Dr. R.G. Tiberius)
The UM Ethics Programs have been designated a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center in Ethics and Global Health Policy.
Created in 1993 to coordinate UM Ethics efforts in Latin America and the Caribbean, “PABI” is also the name of our NIH-Fogarty grant.
The “Plataforma de Filosofía, Ética y Bioética en Cuba” is intended to foster apolitical research and collaboration.
Ethics Programs faculty have contributed to a major revision of the code of ethics for AMIA (formerly the American Medical Informatics Association).
UM’s Bioethics Program Director has contributed to a new article on a Supreme Court ruling on datamining and drug marketing. [Wolfie Fox photo]
Ethics faculty Drs. Reid Cushman and Robin Fiore have published an article challenging the standard view of ethics committees’ role in policy review. [Benton Library Media Center photo]
Arsht Ethics Initiatives
Trustee, philanthropist and community leader Adrienne Arsht has committed to give $3 million to the University of Miami Ethics Programs. It is the largest gift for ethics in Florida history.