Webinar Series “Methods and methodology in empirical bioethics”
Dates and topics (15.00-16.30 (GMT), 16.00-17.30 hrs (BST))
September 6th: Introduction to Empirical Bioethics
September 13th:How to find the morally (relevant) findings in empirical qualitative data
September 20th: Integrating empirical and ethical analysis: what does it mean, what are the challenges, and how should it be done?
September 27th: Empirical bioethics in research practice
For further details please check:2021: Methods and methodology in empirical bioethics | Bristol Medical School: Population Health Sciences | University of Bristol
The events will be organised by Jon Ives (Bristol), Mikey Dunn (Oxford), Jan Schildmann (Halle) & Bert Molewijk (Amsterdam), and will include a diverse range of international scholars. The webinar series will be followed by a spring school for methods and methodology in empirical bioethics, which will be held in Amsterdam from 4th-7thApril 2022. Further information on this event which is supported by EACME and the VU Association will be anounced separatedly.
Registration for webinars:
To facilitate exchange the number of participants is limited. Priority will be given to those applying first, under the provision that participation will be confirmed first for those participants who are able to attend all four sessions. If there are spare places remaining, these will be made available to participants who can attend only a limited number of the sessions.
If you would like to register please send an email firstname.lastname@example.org until 6th August 2021, 17.00 (GMT)with the following information:
1. Name, First Name
3. Career stage and experiences with empirical bioethics research
4. Confirmation of dates you wish to participate
You will notified by 13th August 2021 if you have been successful in getting a place, and you will be sent a calendar invitation with joining instructions in advance of each webinar.