|Course Title:||Bio-Medical Seminars for Teachers 2|
|Date:||Saturday 24th November 2012|
10.15am – 12.30pm
|Participants||All interested teachers|
Technological research and developments in bio-medicine are leading to new and exciting fields with enormous potential for providing a better quality of life. Vast amounts of money are being invested and returns on these investments are sought after. But not every development is ethically neutral. On what principles does one take a view on an issue from an ethical perspective? How are these principles then to be applied to practical situations?
These seminars — based on the experience of professionals in these fields — aim to provide information for teachers who have to lead discussions with senior school students and to provide guidance in rapidly developing fields.
End of Life Issues: Euthanasia. Persistent Vegetative State. Withdrawal of
Reproductive Technology: Why the fuss! Naprotechnolgy, IVF, Abortion,
John Deighan (Parliamentary Officer, Catholic Church)
Dr John Paul O’Sullivan (General Practice Registrar, Largs)
|Provider||University of Glasgow Catholic Chaplaincy & Dunreath Centre|
|Venue||Turnbull Hall, University of Glasgow Catholic Chaplaincy, 15 Southpark Terrace, Glasgow G12 8LG|
|Cost:||admission by (free) ticket only – apply via email address|