Duquesne-PennWest Conference on Global Bioethics


Duquesne University


Duquesne University, Pittsburgh PA



Duquesne University's Center for Global Health Ethics and the James F. Drane Bioethics Institute at PennWest University will hold the first biannual conference on Global Bioethics from November 7-9th in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. In the current globalized world, many challenges and issues need solutions at a global level that transcends disciplinary, regional and even national boundaries. The field of bioethics can play a crucial role in understanding such issues and finding reasonable and applicable solutions for them.
The Duquesne-PennWest Conference on Global Bioethics provides a platform for leaders, scholars, activists, policymakers, stakeholders and students to shed light on different aspects of global bioethics, discuss their ideas and research projects, create networks and alliances, and learn about the groundbreaking theoretical and practical ideas in the field. All topics related to global bioethics are welcome to be shared, analyzed and discussed at this conference, including the ethical theories and principles guiding global bioethics; and the bioethical aspects of globalization, the Global Governance for Health, the role of global and international organizations, the health consequences of Global warming, COVID-19 pandemics, disease control at the global level, international research collaborations, health inequality and other related topics.

Event start time: 12:00 pm

Event end time: 12:00 pm

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