The IU Center for Bioethics has collected the following resources, which are reviews, presentations, conferences, and reports on important topics. Please see the alphabetical list of topics below.
For Help getting started researching articles; information; and other resources on Bioethics, take advantage of the resources A Guide to Doing Research in Bioethics and A Guide to Doing Research in International Research Ethics.
For recent presentations and related information on research ethics, visit the TREATs (Translational Research Ethics: Applied Topics) Seminars page. TREATs is a resource provided by the Bioethics and Subject Advocacy Program of the Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute.
Topics (organized in alphabetical order):
- Cluster Randomized Clinical Trials
- Community Consent: A Debate in Research Ethics
- Conflict of Interest
- Conscientious Objection
- Ebola: Ethics, Law, Public Health, and Practice
- Ebola: "Over There"...Now "Over Here"--An Urgent Conversation about Ethics, Law, Public Health, and Practice
- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and MK-ULTRA
- Electronic Health Records (Center Reports)
- EMR Granular Control
- Essential Medicines
- Ethics of Electronic Health Records
- Seminar in Research Ethics
- Short Courses
- Stem Cells
- Student Research Projects: Ethics and Regulation
Hours and Contact Information:
Visitors, students, and researchers are welcome at the Reference Center on weekdays, 8:00 - 5:00.