Program in Bioethics and Humanities

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PUBLICATION:  Digitizing Consent:...

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued draft guidance on the use of "electronic informed consent" (eIC) in FDA-regulated clinical trials of medical products, including drugs and biolog...

EVENT:  History of Medicine Society Presentation

The University of Iowa History of Medicine Society invites you to hear Jane E. Schultz, Professor of English and Medical Humanities at Indiana University-Purdue University. Jane will be speaking on th...

EVENT:  Registration Open for The Examined Life Conference

Registration has opened for the Examined Life Conference at the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine! In its tenth year, the conference continues its exploration of the connections between th...

NEWS:  Ethics in Healthcare 2016 Summary

On May 20, the Program in Bioethics and Humanities hosted Ethics in Healthcare 2016 on the campus of the Carver College of Medicine in Iowa City.  We were delighted to have over 70 participants at thi...

EVENT: Open House in the John Martin Rare Book Room

The University of Iowa History of Medicine Society and the University Libraries invite you to an Open House in the  John Martin Rare Book Room, 4th floor in the Hardin Library for the Health Sciences,...

SERVICE:  Ethics Consult Service Update

The UIHC Ethics Consult Service officially started on June 2, 2014.  The Service is a resource for patients, family members, or health professionals at UIHC who would like help addressing an ethical q...

PUBLICATION:  Interactive multimedia consent for biobanking...

 

PUBLICATION:  See one, do one, teach one: Hand hygiene attitudes ...

Marc Polacco, a recent graduate of the Carver College of Medicine, and his colleagues administered an anonymous online survey of medical students, interns, and faculty to examine self-reported adheren...

Service: UIHC Ethics Consult Service

The UIHC Ethics Consult Service is a resource for patients, family members, or health professionals at UIHC who would like help addressing an ethical question or problem related to a patient's care.

Publication:  From Medicine Iowa by Dawn Goodlove

 Medicine in the City of Literature

Clinical Research Ethics Consultation Service

The mission of the Clinical Research Ethics Consultation Service (CRECS) is to assist clinical investigators in identifying and addressing the ethical challenges that frequently arise when designing o...

Publication:  Information is Information

The public’s voice has been nearly absent in discussions on managing genomic incidental findings. This article by a team of University of Iowa researchers, including Dr. Simon of the Program of Bioeth...