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21-24 Sep
(Thur-Sun)

 


Imperial College

London

Fifth world conference of bioethics

Organiser: International Association of bioethics

Major topics: Bioethics, Law and Public Policy; World Justice in Health Care; Research in the Third World; the Ethics of Genetic Advance; Feminism and Gender Equality; End of Life Issues; the Future of Bioethics; European and World Policy in Bioethics Research; Ethical Responsibilities of Journal Editors; Ethical Challenges in Surgery; Humanities in Medicine; Social Science and Bioethics; Transplantation and Organ Sales; Psychiatric Ethics; Rights of Children and of Older People; International Bioethics Commissions

KING'S COLLEGE (London)- To celebrate the millennium, King's College London (Europe's largest centre for medical education) is staging the Millennium Festival of Medicine throughout the year 2000, to explore the moral dilemmas raised by modern medicine. Debates are free, but tickets are required and can be obtained by phoning the numbers listed below- 

Thur 5 Oct

17:30


King's College

London

(020-8659 2318)

Living well, dying well

Bert Keizer, physician and writer, The Netherlands

Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Wales

Does living a full life include contemplating its appropriate end? What responsibilities do we have for ourselves and others, in making, or denying, choices about how to die? How can we make the quality of the end of life part of the quality of living it?

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