The Council organises and takes part in a number of conferences and events to raise awareness of its work and promote debate of the issues considered in its reports.
London, UK, Thursday 14 May
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics will launch a report on ethical issues arising from the involvement of children and young people in clinical research on 14 May – find out more.
Nottingham, UK, Friday 15 May
Helen Sammonds, member of the Working Party on children and clinical research, will speak during the Annual Post-Graduate Children and Childhood Conference: Child Participation and Academic Research: Ethical and Practical Issues at the University of Nottingham – find out more.
London, UK, Friday 22 May
Hugh Whittall, Director of Council, will speak at a lunchtime discussion event on research culture at Imperial College – more information will be available soon.
Cheltenham, UK, Saturday 6 June 2015
Susan Wallace and Paul Matthews of the Council’s Working Party on biological and health data will speak at the event Who Owns Your Medical Data? during the Cheltenham Science Festival – find out more / book your ticket.
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Members of the Council, Working Parties and Secretariat are available to speak at conferences, seminars or events on a range of bioethics topics. Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.