Bioethics Grand Rounds
 


Bioethics Grand Rounds

Bioethics Grand Rounds have a regular quarterly activity at the University since 1997. In this discussion and advocacy forum, ethical dilemmas are discussed in an open environment.

The following is a list of the Grand Rounds already conducted:

RESEARCH SUBJECTS IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD: CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD?
SEPTEMBER 2002

DOCTOR - PATIENT RELATIONSHIP:  DRAWING THE DURAND LINE
MAY 2002

A SICK AFGHANI CHILD: IS SHE OUR PROBLEM?
JANUARY 2002

CONSENT: HOW INFORMED IS INFORMED?
MARCH 2001

RESEARCH IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD
AUGUST 2000

BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA
MARCH 2000

WHO'S LIFE IS IT ANYWAY?
DECEMBER 1999

DOWN'S DILEMMA
SEPTEMBER 1999

WHO'S RIGHTS? CONFIDENTIALITY VS. THE RIGHT
MARCH 1999

KIDNEY FOR SALE
DECEMBER 1998

THE PATIENT WITH CANCER: TO DISCLOSE OR NOT
AUGUST 1998

THE CRITICALLY ILL NEONATE: A RIGHT TO LIVE
MAY 1998

DEATH WITH DIGNITY
MARCH 1998