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ASBH's purpose is to promote the exchange of ideas and foster multi-disciplinary and inter-professional scholarship, research, teaching, policy development, professional development, and collegiality among people engaged in bioethics and the health-related humanities. Guidelines, standards, career information, and more.
BELIT provides access to over 650,000 records from the integrated German, American and French databases. It is an extensive bibliographic directory of literature in the area of bioethics unique world wide, containing references to monographs, grey literature, legal documents, journal articles, newspaper articles and book contributions.
Aggregates current posts from over thirty selected bioethics blogs and identifies bioethics topics and related posts for the article. Each post provides an excerpt of approximately 250 words and links to the original source.
The Library includes works spanning classical thought to contemporary and emerging issues; rare and unpublished works to ephemeral, hard-to-find gray literature; and a diverse range of opinions expressed on bioethical issues covering the full range of religious, political and cultural perspectives developed globally. Site provides links to many online resources.
This paper offers an analytic framework to help public health practitioners and program planners address the ethical challenges they might encounter in their daily practice. It is designed with a sensitivity to the various factors that can impact and add tension to public health decision making such as heterogeneity in stakeholder perspectives, and cost and feasibility considerations.
Globethics.net Library is the leading global digital library on ethics. Globethics.net took this initiative to ensure that persons - especially in Africa, Asia and Latin-America - have access to good quality and up to date knowledge resources
This report considers what the Government, industry and individuals should do to enable people to lead a healthy life. Sometimes, options for improving public health could be seen as quite intrusive. Policy makers therefore have to decide which measures are acceptable in different circumstances, and this
report considers the ethical issues that arise in making these decisions.
Includes: What are the skills and who cares?
The road leading to the skill in public health ethics
The process of identifying skills in public health ethics
Organization of the list of ethical skills
Foundational ethical skills
Resources for teaching the skills
Skills for the ethical practice of public health