Medical Ethics evening
- Date: Wednesday 23 October 2019, 18:00 – 21:00
- Location: Inter-Disciplinary Ethics Applied
- Cost: Free
Join us for our bi-annual Medical Ethics evening where we will be discussing current medical issues and their ethical implications.
This year, we are welcoming two recent IDEA intercalating alumni to present short talks on their dissertation research in Medical Ethics.
Kate Hamilton will be discussing cosmetic genital surgery in infants, and Sophie-Golda Reginald will be discussing implicit bias in healthcare.
We then welcome you to join us for wine and food, and a chance to discuss medical ethics more generally.
This is a free event, open to anyone interested in medical ethics, but will be particularly relevant to people who are potentially interested in studying Biomedical and Healthcare Ethics with us, either as a medical intercalator or by taking our MA course.
Please confirm your attendance by registering via Eventbrite.