To be published January 2020
To be published in January 2020
Research in global health emergencies
Our current in-depth inquiry is exploring how research may be conducted ethically in global health emergencies.
Current in-depth inquiry
Genome editing and farmed animals
Our current in-depth inquiry is examining the ethical issues raised by the use of genome editing techniques in farmed animals
19 Jun 2019
This briefing note highlights the ethical issues raised by the use of medical implants and the challenges faced by regulatory bodies, manufacturers, and healthcare professionals working in this area
03 Apr 2019
Disagreements in the care of critically ill children
This briefing note outlines the factors that can contribute to disagreements between parents and healthcare staff about the care and treatment of critically ill babies and young children
20 Nov 2018
Patient access to experimental treatments
This briefing note examines the ethical issues that can arise when patients and doctors wish to use experimental treatments.
17 Jul 2018
Genome editing and human reproduction: social and ethical issues
In July 2018, we published a report into the social and ethical issues raised by the use of genome editing as a technology that could influence inherited characteristics in humans.