We looked inside some of the tweets by @Ethox_Centre and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
We're pleased to welcome Prof Rosamond Rhodes to give our next online research seminar. Rosamond will be critiquing the view that medical ethical duties are grounded in accounts of common morality. Should be fascinating. 16th Sep, 3pm UK time. All welcome. https://t.co/yCuFYHWT1R
There is still time to apply for this postdoc on ethics and genomics in prenatal testing. Closing date: 23 September. Come and join us😀 https://t.co/BNdaUPvzSJ
At next week's @WEH_Oxford / Ethox Seminar we will hear from Anne Slowther of @warwickmed on 'Translational ethics: working with clinicians to improve ethical decision-making' | 2.30pm BST 8 July | https://t.co/VeyTpDY8qc
Join us online tomorrow (Wednesday) at 2.30pm UK time for our next Ethox research seminar. We're pleased to be welcoming Anne Slowther from @warwickuni. Anne will be talking about how to translate ethics research into clinical practice in intensive care. All welcome. https://t.co/E6Op5a0I9m
Tuesday, 23 June join us on Zoom to discuss issues in governance and public involvement and share your experiences 9-10am BST (8-9am UTC) or 5-6pm BST (4-5pm UTC) https://t.co/K7IQZFSzVO Meeting ID: 959 225 6455 Password: Cbss @2020_iab @WEH_Oxford @Ethox_Centre #bioethics https://t.co/HUpwiC9maZ
We are interested to hear about your experiences of, research on, or engagements with large scale/population level biobanks, databases, or repositories – in the context of public involvement. (1/3) https://t.co/oExJIPMOYK