Bioethics -- Study and teaching
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Ancillary-Care Obligations of Medical Researchers Working in Developing Countries Workshop Collection
The collection consists of materials for the Ancillary-Care Obligations of Medical Researchers Working in Developing Countries Workshop (October 2006). The workshop was sponsored by Georgetown University's Reflective Engagement Initiative with additional support from the University's Department of Philosophy, the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, and from the PhRMA Foundation. Materials include schedules, biographies, and handouts.
The collection contains the papers of Dr. Edmund D. Pellegrino, dating from 1943 to 2017. It primarily documents his contributions to the field of bioethics, particuarly as an educator and administrator at Georgetown University.
The collection contains meeting briefing materials for Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation Trustee's meetings held between 1976 and 1983. The materials all relate to the funding of the Kennedy Institute of Ethics (KIE) and the relations between Georgetown University and the Foundation. It includes project proposals, reports from the KIE to the Foundation, and internal KIE communications.
The collection contains records of course, lectures, and events held by the Kennedy Institute of Ethics from 1975 to 2014. It primarily consists of promotional materials, but it also includes some administrative records for certain courses and lectures.
The collection consists of photographs related to the Kennedy Institute of Ethics (KIE), primarily dating from the 1970s. It includes images of KIE and bioethics library staff, lectures (inclding the Intensive Bioethics Course), and buildings/spaces used by the KIE. The collection primarily contains photographic prints, although it also includes contact sheets, negatives, slides, and digital images.
The Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics Records primarily consist of conference, meeting, and event files. They also include annual reports, newsletters, budget files, and reports. In addition to documents, the records include photographs and computer disks that contain digital images and audio recordings (MP3).
The collection contains materials for the NIH's Ethical and Regulatory Aspects of Human Subject Research course. It includes the syllabus and the readings for the course. The course was presented by the the NIH's Department of Clinical Bioethics at the Warren G. Magnuson Clinical Center from October-November 2002.