Category: Bioethics

  1. Bioethics faculty members give keynote lecture on COVID-19 to the Asian Federation of Catholic Medical Associations Post

    Bioethics faculty members Joseph Tham, Louis Melahn, and Michael Baggot gave a keynote lecture on COVID-19 to the 17th Congress of the Asian Federation of Catholic Medical Associations on “Building…


  2. Bioethics and Consciousness: an interdisciplinary and interreligious reflection on an essential dimension of the human person (2° part) Post

    By Ana Maria Ganev, PhD Cadindate of the School of Bioethics and Inter at UNESCO Chair in Bioethics and Human Rights The 19th Summer Bioethics Course ended with two exceptional…


  3. Bioethics and Consciousness: an interdisciplinary and interreligious reflection on an essential dimension of the human person Post

    By Ana Maria Ganev, PhD candidate of the School of Bioethics The first part of the 19th Summer Bioethics Course took place on July 2-3 and will continue with its…


  4. Faculty of Bioethics presents first of two sessions of Bioethics and Consciousness webinar Post

    The 19th Summer Bioethics Course “Bioethics and Consciousness: an interdisciplinary and interreligious reflection on an essential dimension of the human person” completed its first of two sessions of online conferences…


  5. Crises of Faith and Reason in the Debates on Gender Post

    Prof. Joseph Tham published the article “Crises of Faith and Reason in the Debates on Gender: Comments on ‘Male and Female he created them’ by the Congregation for Catholic Education”…


  6. Why is this Pandemic Unprecedented? Post

    Prof. Joseph Tham gave an online presentation “Why is this Pandemic Unprecedented?” as part of the Chinese and Cross-Cultural Health Humanities Lecture Series on January 25, 2021. Tham is a…


  7. Withdrawing critical care from patients in a triage situation Post

    The prestigious journal Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy published the article “Withdrawing critical care from patients in a triage situation” on January 4, 2021 by Joseph Tham, Louis Melahn, and…


  8. Bioethics during COVID-19-Final Report Post

    By Serena Montefusco   Since January 2020, the world has been facing a new challenge. Most employees could no longer go to work, most students could no longer attend their…


  9. Bioetica, Salute Pubblica e Minacce Infettive alla Salute Globale – COVID-19 Post

    Lo scorso luglio (8-12), la nostra facoltà ha organizzato il 18º Corso estivo monografico di aggiornamento in bioetica. Il tema di questa edizione è stato “Bioetica, Salute Pubblica e Minacce…


  10. L’eutanasia è ingiusta. La cosa giusta è incoraggiare la persona a continuare a vivere Post

    Il P. Gonzalo Miranda, Decano della Facoltà di Bioetica, spiega l’importanza di ispirare la speranza in coloro che sono tentati di porre fine alla propria vita attraverso l’eutanasia. Egli osserva…


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