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Proposal to organise and host the Postgraduate Bioethics Conference 2019

The PGBC aims to hold the Postgraduate Bioethics Conference each year at different institutions across the UK. The aim of the PGBC is to bring together postgraduate students in bioethics and give them the opportunity to network with each other, and to present and receive feedback in a supportive environment of their peers. The spirit of the PGBC is inclusive, with students at the heart of the conference. As organisers of the PGBC you will be supported not only by your academic mentors but also by the Postgraduate Student Committee (PSC), and as PGBC organisers you will be welcomed by the committee.

The PSC consists of an interdisciplinary group of postgraduate students working in bioethics broadly defined - it consists of healthcare practitioners, lawyers, ethicists and philosophers. The committee are responsible for supporting the organisation and continuing success of the Postgraduate Bioethics Conference (PGBC), organising bioethics events for PGRs and helping to grow the bioethics community. The PGBC works in conjunction with the IME and their activities have been supported by the Wellcome Trust, The Analysis Trust and the Society for Applied Philosophy.

Please complete the proposal form below if you are interested in hosting and organising the Postgraduate Bioethics Conference 2019. The conference is a two-day annual conference organised by postgraduate bioethics students. Completed forms should be returned to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

Proposal Form (Word)

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Please complete and return the Proposal Form by 14 September 2018.