The Institute of Medical Ethics (IME)

is a charitable organisation dedicated to improving education and debate in medical ethics. The IME is founder and co-owner of the Journal of Medical Ethics...

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The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has published a bioethics briefing note on disagreements in the care and treatment of critically ill babies and young children.

The briefing note outlines the possible causes of disagreements between parents and healthcare staff, an...

National Student Debate Final 2019

Winners! The team from Keele Congratulations to the team from Keele University who took on the reigning cha...

Financial support for carers. Had an abstract accepted for the IME Conference 2019?

If you have had an accepted accepted for the IME Conference on 24-26 June 2019 at Cardiff Metropolitan Univ...

Calling Medical Undergraduates! The IME Student Council are recruiting!

Click here for details and how to apply. Join us & help promote interest & awareness of medical ethics. Dea...

IME Student Conference 2019: Medical Ethics in a Technologically Advancing World

Click here to read a conference review, by Charlotte Galvin, intercalating medical student, Keele Univ...

Latest events

PGBC 2019

Postgraduate Bioethics Conference 2019 Intergenerational Bioethics 9-10 September, Swansea University https...

Call for Abstracts - European Neonatal Ethics Conference

Abstracts are invited for the European Neonatal Ethics Conference 2019. Closing date for submissions: 15 Ju...

Intensive Course on Medical Ethics

  16 – 20 September 2019 at Imperial College London Interested in medical ethics? A week's course at...

Progress Educational Trust: Testing times - How should we use genomic data in assisted reproduction?

Evening of Thursday 16 May, London. The event will explore the latest developments in genomics and rep...

Call for Abstracts - Healthcare disparities: Disruptive healthcare technologies and the patient

University of Manchester from 13-15 June 2019, with a PGR workshop for postgraduate students held on Wednes...